A Long March 3B rocket malfunctioned during the launch of an Indonesian communications satellite Thursday, leading to sightings of fiery debris in the skies over Guam. CMS is designed to be reusable and it can carry both astronauts and cargo. Live coverage and the most up-to-date schedule of all upcoming Long March 3B launches. The satellite was unable to broadcast to its full coverage area.
The Long March 7 (Chinese: 长征七号运载火箭), or Chang Zheng 7 in pinyin, abbreviated LM-7 for export or CZ-7 within China, originally Long March 2F/H or Chang Zheng 2F/H, nicknamed Bingjian (冰箭; 'the Ice Arrow'), is a Chinese liquid-fuelled carrier rocket of the Long March family, developed by the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation. On 28 December 1991, the Long March 3 failed to deploy the payload into geosynchronous transfer orbit. The first Long March-5B launch vehicle was launched from the Wenchang Space Launch Center, Wenchang, Hainan Province, China, on 5 May 2020, at 10:00 UTC (18:00 local time). On 29 January 1984, the maiden launch of the Long March 3 failed to reach geosynchronous transfer orbit. On 28 November 1995, the Long March 2E damaged AsiaSat 2 by subjecting it to excessive forces during the launch. Designed to launch crewed Shenzhou spacecraft, the Long March 2F is a human-rated two … The rocket launched China’s new-generation crewed spacecraft (CMS) on a test mission.