Installation of equipment at a station for China's first commercial spacecraft launch site started on January 29 in Wenchang, a city in China's southern island province of Hainan. The site is scheduled to complete work by the end of this year.
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.
Orienspace, a commercial aerospace technology company, announced on Friday that it has recently completed A-round financing totaling 400 million yuan ($59.9 million).
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.
Galactic Energy, a Chinese private space launch firm, announced Sunday that it had completed its Series B and B+ rounds of financing totaling 1.27 billion yuan ($200.6 billion).
Jiangsu Deep Blue Aerospace Technology Co., Ltd., a high-tech commercial aerospace enterprise providing commercial launch services, on Tuesday completed an A round of financing worth nearly 200 million yuan ($31.5 million).
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.
On June 5, 2019, at 12:06 pm Beijing Time, the Long March 11 carrier rocket was launched from the Yellow Sea, carrying two experimental technology satellites and five commercial satellites.
Chinese space company OneSpace Technology launched the country’s first private commercial rocket Thursday evening. This accomplishment marks the success of the first commercial sub-orbital rocket from a private enterprise and lays a solid foundation for future research and development.