The world's first near-space space-based platform rocket successfully launched

The ground launch test of a near-space space-based platform rocket co-operated by the Institute of Atmospheric Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Beijing Xingjiantian Aerospace Technology Co., Ltd., this morning in Qinghai Haixi Prefecture Lenghu Town, Ya City was successfully carried out.

This test launch is the world's first ground launch test of a full-system-sounding rocket based on a high-altitude balloon platform. In this test launch, the rocket's flight altitude reached the expected level, and the data recovery was stable and successful, which will also bring breakthrough innovations to atmospheric physics research and high-altitude detection methods.

It is reported that the Lenghu Mars site is located in Erboliang Yadan, 60 kilometers west of Lenghu Town, Mangya City, Haixi Mongolian and Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province, 270 kilometers away from Gansu Dunhuang Airport and 430 kilometers away from Qinghai Delingha Airport.

At about 9 o'clock that day, the Institute of Atmospheric Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Beijing Xingjiantian Aerospace Technology Co., Ltd., relying on the global aerospace base with high air sources, conducted a test flight in the entire earth's airspace, and the space launch base launched an all-sea and air test flight deployed around the world.

It is understood that the near-space air-based platform rocket launch means using a high-altitude balloon as a near-space space-based launch platform, using a high-altitude zero-pressure helium balloon to lift the rocket to an altitude of 25-40 kilometers, and realizing aerial ignition and launch through remote control. Undertake the load task and carry out data collection, and realize the parachute landing after the lift-off reaches the predetermined altitude.

So far, only Stanford University in the world has carried out a rocket launch test on a high-altitude balloon, using a light high-altitude balloon with a very low load, and the rocket carried to the high altitude is very small.

The test used high-altitude launch air rockets to carry the aerospace launch base platform and launched 25 stars from the high-altitude launch base, and then used 40 high-altitude aircraft to remotely control the aircraft for a global flight test.

According to reports, "This will be the world's first breakthrough in launch research. For atmospheric physics, it is also a means of leaping innovation, and it is also a means of leaping innovation. In addition, this technology is also expected to explore future science and other hypersonic research, and space aspects. Progress can even effectively reduce the cost of satellite delivery.”

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