China sent two satellites into space
Beijing: China has sent two satellites into space using the 2C carrier rocket.
According to the media, the satellites named CV-03 and CV-04 were launched into space at 6:57 am (Beijing time) from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in the northern province of Shanxi on Saturday, which soon entered the designated orbit.
These satellites will provide commercial remote sensing services for areas such as land resource exploration, natural disaster monitoring, urban planning and conservation. This was the 427th mission of the Long March carrier rockets.