China is showcasing a number of elements for future human lunar landing missions at a major airshow and stating that super heavy-lift rocket will be ready by 2028.
The status of a classified satellite launched from southwest China Sept. 27 remains unknown more than 12 hours after liftoff.
A Chinese startup is aiming to developing spacecraft capable of sending cargo to China’s space station, with a first small demonstration launch set for 2022.
China’s main spacecraft maker is developing a human landing system for lunar missions as part of a national strategy, according to a report.
China launched a group of classified Yaogan-30 satellites and one commercial satellite on a Long March 2C rocket early Friday.
China successfully sent the Fengyun-4B weather satellite into geosynchronous transfer orbit Wednesday with the country's 16th orbital launch of 2021.
The Chinese government has created a company dedicated to creating and operating a 13,000-satellite broadband constellation.
China launched a small space mining test spacecraft and eight other commercial satellites into orbit on a Long March 6 rocket late Monday.
China is to oversee the construction and operation of a national satellite internet megaconstellation by coordinating the country’s major space actors.
China launched a new-generation Long March 7A rocket Thursday, sending a classified, experimental payload into geosynchronous transfer orbit.
A Long March 4C rocket sent a latest series of three Yaogan-31 reconnaissance satellites into orbit late Tuesday.
China’s space contractor has announced progress on rocket engines designed for major space missions, including a new engine for future lunar missions.
China’s main space contractor aims to conduct more than 40 orbital launches in 2021, including launching a space station module and human spaceflight missions.
China has rolled out a Long March 8 to the pad for the first launch of a rocket that will later be adapted for vertical landing and reuse.