Beijing-based commercial aerospace firm GalaxySpace announced on September 7 that it has completed a new round of financing, bringing it to a post-investment valuation of about 11 billion yuan ($1.58 billion).
Aerofugia, a subsidiary of Geely Technology Group, announced a full-scale technology demonstrator and the development progress of its TF-2 flying car.
On August 9, the four-stage solid-propellant carrier rocket, the Jielong-3, which was developed by China Rocket, has successfully completed its static and separation test of fairing.
Chinese commercial rocket firm Galactic Energy announced on Tuesday that it will launch the Ceres-1 (Remote 3) commercial launch vehicle in the near future.
Chinese interactive entertainment livestreaming platform Inke, cooperating with Beijing Space Wish Aerospace Technology Co., Ltd., on Thursday released a satellite-themed digital collection platform called "Space Wish Universe."
Deep Blue Aerospace (DBA) announced Tuesday that it has completed a round A+ of financing, led by CMBC International and followed by existing shareholders such as Zhencheng Capital.
Galactic Energy, a Chinese private space launch enterprise, announced that it has carried out a successful test run of its self-developed Welkin 50-ton reusable liquid oxygen/kerosene engine.
Beijing Space Trek Technology Co., Ltd. announced it had recently secured new financing worth tens of millions of yuan.
The return capsule of the country's Shenzhou 12 manned spacecraft had landed smoothly at the Dongfeng Landing Site, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
Chinese leading automaker Zhejiang Geely Holding Group announced on Tuesday that it plans to establish a commercial aerospace company in Nansha District of Guangzhou.
China is planning to establish a new science and technology university amid the ongoing China-US conflict.
At 11:02 on Thursday, the Kuaizhou-1A Carrier Rocket named “Kuaizhou • Fuqiangfu” (rich, strong and blessed in Chinese) was launched at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center.
A 15-tonne oxygen rich methane-fueled rocket engine by Chinese aerospace manufacturer iSpace completed a long-range 500-second test in Beijing on December 25.
Chinese carrier rocket Long March-5 Y3 is set to be launched this week and has been transported to the launch area, Wenchang Space Launch Center, Hainan this past Saturday.
I-Space, one of China's private aerospace companies, launched the carrier rocket SQX-1 Y1 containing multiple satellites and other payloads from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Gansu province on July 25.