China Launches New Beidou Navigation Satellite

China sent a new navigation satellite into orbit from southwest China's Xichang Satellite Launch Center, at 04:58 on Tuesday.

The "Beidou" navigation satellite, the 32nd among the Beidou navigation system line, was launched using one of China's Long March-3A rockets. The satellite used in this operation was part of the Beidou-2 family, which represents the second generation of the system, and operates in a geosynchronous orbit. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20180710/8085073.shtml#!language=1

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