China launches first solar research satellite

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This was the 391st flight of China's Long March carrier rocket series mission. (Photo: Internet)
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This was the 391st flight of China’s Long March carrier rocket series mission. (Photo: Internet)

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Beijing: China has launched its first solar research satellite into space, which will orbit at different densities in the Earth’s atmosphere.

According to the Chinese news agency Shenhua, the satellite was sent into space from the Tai Yu On Satellite Launch Center in Shanxi Province, South China. has been done.

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According to Shenhua, the ten small satellites include an experimental satellite that will orbit at different densities in the Earth’s atmosphere. This will provide important information about the weather conditions. There is also a satellite that will take note of the weather conditions.

It should be noted that all these satellites will be sent into space by a single rocket. This was the 391st flight of China’s Long March carrier rocket series mission.

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