Taiyuan, Friday, November: Earth wisdom satellite launched by China on Friday launched an earth wisdom satellite from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in northern Shanxi Province.
The Guangmu satellite was launched by a Long March (6 carrier rocket) at 1019a.m. (Beijing time) and entered the route. According to the launch center, this was the 395th flight charge of the Long March rocket series. Developed by the Chinese Academy of Lores, the satellite (SDGSAT-1) is the world’s first space wisdom satellite devoted to the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The satellite, with three optic loads, could give data for space observation to examiner, estimate, and study the commerce between humans and nature and sustainable development, the academy said.
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