Private Chinese launch firm Landspace has raised $71 million in series C round funding for development of a new launcher.
In US law, the national technology and industrial base comprises the industrial bases of the US and its three closest historical allies (Australia, Canada, and the UK). Over the course of the last twenty years, the technological environment has ch…
China will attempt major space exploration missions and test a reusable rocket in 2020 while also looking to continue a rapid launch rate which has seen it lead the world in orbital launches over the past two years.
A successful Chinese Long March 3B launch of two satellites Friday had severe consequences downrange as a spent booster destroyed a home.
An expanding U.S. civil space budget is a main force behind recent growth in government space spending, but new civil space expenditures in Asia, the Middle East and Africa also contributed.
China used signals sent from NASA’s Juno probe orbiting Jupiter to test the capabilities of ground stations vital to its deep space ambitions.
China launches six remote sensing satellites into orbit with two launches inside three hours from sites in north China.
A Chinese Long March 4B delivered an Earth observation into orbit satellite late Saturday, with grid fins guiding the descent of the rocket’s first stage.
China is aiming to launch its complex Chang’e-5 lunar sample return mission in late 2020, following launch vehicle-related delays.
Chinese launch companies are developing new, larger launchers; asteroid mining startup receives angel round funding.
China is set to attempt a return-to-flight of its largest rocket at the end of the year, with success required for the country to proceed with its major space ambitions.
Private satellite firms secure new funding which adds to an estimated $1.4 billion already invested in the Chinese commercial space sector.
A number of newer firms in the nascent Chinese NewSpace sector are taking steps towards debut suborbital and orbital launches — while also attracting funding.
China launched a new meteorological satellite from Jiuquan late Sept. 24, adding to a series of recent government and commercial missions.
Countries to consider science payload contributions to respective Luna-26 and Chang’e-7 spacecraft and establish a joint data center for lunar and deep space exploration.
A commercial Kuaizhou-1A rocket launched two satellites late Friday, continuing a recent intense period of light launch vehicle activity in China.