China had gained the momentum of conducting rocket launches just recently when the Demo-2 operation, which was going down on the American soil in Florida, China, was also not left out. China made two successful rocket launch, and this was happening around the same time when the Demo-2 rocket was blasting off in the International Space Station
China launched two latest automation-demonstrating satellites at around 4.13 p.m. EDT, and the satellites blasted off fruitfully into the orbit onboard a Long March-11, which took off from the space station in the south-western part of China. And this was per the media outlet CCTV of China.
One of the leading designers of Long March rockets, Peng Kunya, highlighted that that was the first time the Long March-11 was blasted off from the Xichang Satellite space station which verified its flexibility to dissimilar launching spots.
A couple of hours later, China blasted off another satellite, which was in duo form, from the north-western part of the country. The rocket which was launched was called the Long March- 2D and it took off from the Jiuquan space station at around 4.53 a.m.EDT
Gaofen-9, which is among the satellites launched in Jiuqan space station, is a remote citizen place detecting satellite which can take photo images, It has a resolution of about a meter. With all these fantastic features, it can be used to survey land, conduct urban planning, and conducting estimations on crop yields, and aid in disaster management as well.
The HEAD Aerospace Technology Company that is located in Beijing has constructed another satellite dubbed as HEAD-4, it has been made in a manner that it gives a hand to the Internet of Things, and this allows permits connected gadgets to dispatch and receive data from the orbit, this vivid satellite will be utilized on ships and airplanes.
China had great success in 2019 when it is nearing to end, at other times, blasting off rockets hours separately at dissimilar space stations. The speed of spaceflights gradually decreased when the year 2020 commenced, and this was brought about by the outbreak of the COVID-19.
From February, however, the country got back to its spaceflights missions with maintaining the social distancing from one person to another to reduce and prevent the spread from one person to another. At the onset of May, China blasted off two other satellites to display its assistance towards the Internet of Things services, which can help to dispatch and receive information from the space.