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CZ-7 Chinese spaceflight Wenchang SLC manned spacecraft

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#1 Soheil

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Posted 22 May 2016 - 04:44 AM

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║ Launch date:              ║ 25 JUN 2016 /20:00:07:413 (GMT+8:00)                    ║
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║ Launcher:                 ║ CZ-7 (Y1)                                               ║
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║ Payload(Country):         ║ scaled model of Next Generation manned spacecraft       ║
║                           ║ + YZ-1A upper stage + 6 small satellites (PRC)          ║
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║ Launch site(Country):     ║ Wenchang SLC (PRC)                                      ║
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║ Launch pad:               ║ Wenchang LC-201                                         ║
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║ Status:                   ║ Success                                                 ║
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║ Orbit type and parameter: ║ 200 km x 394 km LEO                                     ║
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║ Remark:                   ║ Maiden flight of CZ-7; Inaugural mission from Wenchang  ║
║                           ║ First Next Generation manned spacecraft, scaled model   ║
║                           ║ Scheduled to land on 26th afternoon                     ║
║                           ║ Launch code: 07-W1                                      ║
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Overview

2016/02/29

The first CZ-7 (长征七号; Changzheng-7 or Long March 7) should leave the horizontal assembly facilities by April and made ready for the 26 June 2016 maiden flight.

This will also be the inaugural mission from the newly completed Wenchang Satellite Launch Center, China's fourth and southernmost, located in the Hainan island province.

In about a decade from now, the super heavy CZ-9 manned Moon rocket will also take-off from this space center.

The payload for this first CZ-7 is said to be a scale size prototype of the next generation manned spacecraft's re-entry module, other sources pointing to a dummy Tianzhou resupply cargo spacecraft.

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Payload

The first CZ-7 launcher will carry 7 payloads:
1. YZ-1A (远征1A上面级; Yuanzheng-1A or Distant March-1A) upper stage
2. Reusable Next Generation manned spacecraft scaled model
3. Ao Long 1 (遨龙一号; or Voyaging Dragon) fitted with robotic arms as a "FU-GO Catcher" (space debris cleaner spacecraft)
4/5. Two Tian Ge (天鸽; or Celestial Columba) experimental inter-satellites transmission platforms
6. Refuelling spacecraft
7. Ao Xiang Zi Xing (翱翔之星, or Soaring Star) CubeSat form NWPU University (西北工大), with mass of 33 kg and planned mission of 1 year; will study the Earth's gravitational field, anti-radiation technologies and navigations technologies.

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New generation manned spacecraft

1. Number of passengers: 2 to 6;
2. Re-entry speed: Adaptation to second cosmic velocity reentry;
3. Flight endurance: ≥ 21 days;
4. Parking in space endurance: ≥ 2 years;
5. Speed increase; 14t spacecraft version 800 m/s, 20t spacecraft version 1700 m/s;
6. Main missions: 14t spacecraft version supports near-Earth orbit, asteroids and Mars missions, 20t spacecraft version supports lunar missions;
7. Configurations: two type of cabin configurations;
8. Aerodynamic shape: the return capsule uses blunt body shape;
9. Flight abort and escape system: self-powered escape mode or with the use of escape tower;
10.Re-entry heat shield material: lightweight low ablative thermal protection material;
11.Main structure of the return capsule: Mono structure panel;
12.Recovery: multi-parachutes combined with flotation collar, with both sea and land landing capability;
13.Power generation: photo-voltaic systems;
14.GNC (Guidance, Navigation, and Control): high-precision navigation sensor, jet control;
15.Control Communication: Ability to communicate through blackout;
16.Reuse: The main landing method is designed to ensure that the spacecraft can be reused with the smallest possible impact during landing.

Chinese taikonauts could enjoy a roomier spacecraft, this official concept from a CNSA feasibility study can carry up to six people, with an endurance time of over two years.

While the Shenzhou space capsule has served the Chinese manned space program well for nearly 16 years (since the unmanned test flight in 1999), the Chinese National Space Administration (CNSA) is searching for a replacement. An October 2015 Chinese blog post showcased a detailed CNSA sponsored study for a post-Shenzhou spaceship.

The 14 ton version would be used to conduct orbital missions, such as space station supply runs. The 20 ton version, with a larger propellant load, would be used to go to the Moon and other extraterrestrial missions.

Flying on future Chinese rockets like the Long March 5, 7, and 9, the study proposes a 2 to 6 person crewed capsule. The semi-conical reentry vessel would be attached to the propulsion and cargo sections in the service modules, similar in configuration to NASA's Orion capsule. At 14 tons, the basic next generation spacecraft would have nearly double the mass of the 7.8-ton Shenzhou. For deep space missions to near Earth asteroids and the Moon, the next generation spacecraft would have a larger service module, for a total mass of 20 tons. Given improvements in Chinese materials science to strengthen the thermal shield against reentry heating, it is hoped that the crew capsule could be reused.


Next generation manned spacecraft

Image showing a scale size prototype of the next generation manned spacecraft (right), compared to the older Shenzhou spacecraft (left), and possibly the payload for the upcoming June launch.


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The spacecraft 1:0.6 scale model has a height of 2.6 meters and a mass of 2.8 tons.

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Parachute system of the next generation manned spacecraft undergoing testing

Presented as the world's largest, and made of three Shenzhou-size parachutes.

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Source:

http://v.qq.com/page...01838xa66t.html
http://www.chinaspac...rst-launch.html
http://www.chinaspac...7/CZ7-2015.html
http://www.chinaspac...spacecraft.html
http://www.chinaspac...-Drop-Test.html


 

Supersonic parachute system of the next generation manned spacecraft scaled model undergoing testing

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Opening of the 2 square meters supersonic parachute for 60 seconds, to be followed by the main parachute of 700 square meters


 

CZ-7 undergoing assembly

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#2 Soheil

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Posted 22 May 2016 - 04:45 AM

First testing model of CZ-7 for training

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Posted 25 June 2016 - 04:24 PM

Assembly and rollout


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End-MAY 2016 CZ-7 as delivered from Tianjin.






长征七号运载火箭运抵海南文昌

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Transfer of Next Generation Manned Spacecraft Scaled model.


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Next Generation Manned Spacecraft Scaled model.


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Next Generation Manned Spacecraft Scaled model.


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YuanZhen-1A upper stage.


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Next Generation Manned Spacecraft Scaled model and YZ-1A upper stage.


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Next Generation Manned Spacecraft Scaled model placed atop the YZ-1A upper stage.



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Next Generation Manned Spacecraft Scaled model and YZ-1A upper stage protected by payload fairings.



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Next Generation Manned Spacecraft Scaled model and YZ-1A upper stage protected by payload fairings.


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20JUN2016 Fixed Launch Gauntry Tower opened, ready to house the CZ-7 launcher coming from the vertical assembly and testing building.



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Track from the Vertical assembly Building (VAB) to the launch pad LC-201


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21JUN2016 Rollout from the vertical assembly and testing building.


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Posted 25 June 2016 - 04:25 PM





Preview of Long March-7 carrier rockets launch preparation

Launch rehearsal

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23JUN2016. Mission Control Number 1 controller


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23JUN2016. Mission Control Number 1 controller

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Posted 25 June 2016 - 07:57 PM

Amazing lot of pictures. Wishing China all the best in space and otherwise


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Posted 26 June 2016 - 11:48 AM

Launcher

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CZ-7 is 53 meters long, can carry a 14 tons payload to LEO, has a liftoff mass of about 600 tons, uses kerosene/liquid oxygen propellant, will replace CZ-2, CZ-3, CZ-4.
Will carry Tianzhou cargo ship to the Chinese Space Station


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CZ-7 has a 5.5 tons payload capability into Sun Synchronous Orbit (SSO)


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CZ-7 fitted with 10 onboard cameras



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CZ-7 payload fairing separation testing


This mission will require more than 1000 cubic meters of liquid oxygen and 600 cubic meters of kerosene
https://twitter.com/...592215120523264


New Propellant Makes CZ-7 Rocket More Powerful


Launch center

Wenchang Satellite Launch Center: Hainan Provinces geographic advantages
China now has four satellite launch centers, with the center in Wenchang, Hainan Province coming after the establishment of centers in Inner Mongolias Jiuquan, Sichuan Provinces Xichang and Taiyuan in Shanxi Province. Satellite launch centers are usually built at low latitudes and as close as possible to the equator, in order to gain maximum initial speed from the rotation of the Earth. Based on Chinas southernmost island province of Hainan, the Wenchang center is therefore ideal for satellite launches into space.


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#7 Soheil

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Posted 26 June 2016 - 11:48 AM


Mission Control




Launch pad

Coordinates of Launch Complex 201
19°37'07.2"N, 110°57'19.7"E
19.618652°N, 110.955463°E
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Viewing places

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Top 8 dedicated places for FU-GO watchers


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Posted 26 June 2016 - 11:49 AM

Notifications

Launch window: 25-29 JUN 2016



A. 14-43.7N 116-36.1E 15-08.2N 116-58.1E 16-01.1N 115-54.5E 15-36.6N 115-32.6E.

B. 14-11.9N 117-09.3E 14-40.4N 117-34.9E 15-05.2N 117-05.5E 14-36.7N 116-39.8E.

C. 13-39.7N 117-42.7E 14-12.2N 118-12.0E 14-40.7N 117-38.5E 14-08.1N 117-09.2E.


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Access restriction for personnel and vehicle starting from T-8
Interdiction to enter Longlou (龙楼) starting from T-3 hours
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Weather forecast for 20:00 on 25 June 2016, with cloud, rain and thunder, 28C degrees temperature, wind of <3

Launch


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2016-06-25 20:37:10

China on Saturday blasted off its new generation Long March-7 carrier rocket for its maiden space flight from the new Wenchang space launch site in south China's Hainan Province.

Measuring 53 meters in length and 597 tonnes in weight, the Long March-7 is a medium-sized rocket that can lift up to 13.5 tonnes to low-Earth orbit.

Earlier reports said it will use new liquid fuel that is less expensive and most importantly environmental friendly.

Long March-7 is widely expected to become the main carrier for China's future space missions.

Its main role will be to transport cargo ships to China's planned space stations, due to enter service around 2022. It could also be used to carry satellites and other spacecraft into orbit.

Saturday's launch mission is the first by the Wenchang site, and the 230th of China's Long March carrier rocket family.

China started development of modern carrier rockets in 1956, and the Long March rockets have become the main carriers for China's satellite launching.

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Payload fairings separation



Lift off 7.3-7.4s after ignition, upon reaching 600 tons thrust threshold.
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T+200s: payload fairing separation
T+590s: orbital insertion
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In space

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YZ-1A upper stage successfully separated from CZ-7 second stage


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YZ-1A upper stage successfully releasing Ao Xiang (翱翔) CubeSat



First Two Line Element Set (TLE):

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1 41624U 16042A 16178.07419558 -.00002089 66091-5 00000+0 0 9998
2 41624 40.8063 46.9906 0070040 177.2476 339.0097 15.78383784 93
2016-042B
1 41625U 16042B 16178.06888115 -.00002095 66269-5 00000+0 0 9991
2 41625 40.8131 47.0240 0067326 177.4771 310.0013 15.79247543 96
2016-042C
1 41626U 16042C 16178.06180168 -.00002171 68727-5 00000+0 0 9991
2 41626 40.8076 46.9917 0131798 175.1814 300.7193 15.94404524 98
2016-042D
1 41627U 16024D 16178.00316282 -.00002172 68752-5 00000+0 0 9993
2 41627 40.8015 47.3868 0132030 174.5643 324.8527 15.94737488 80
2016-042E
1 41628U 16042E 16178.06427801 -.00002171 68722-5 00000+0 0 9996
2 41628 40.8057 46.9893 0133232 175.2481 314.6488 15.94460467 97
2016-042F
1 41629U 16042F 16178.06210405 -.00002169 68663-5 00000+0 0 9998
2 41629 40.8073 46.9944 0134593 175.3874 301.4322 15.94021113 93
2016-042G
1 41630U 16042G 16178.07596125 -.00002024 64163-5 00000+0 0 9998
2 41630 40.6565 47.1088 0267585 157.5798 334.7650 15.63660127 99
2016-042H
1 41631U 16042H 16178.07682201 -.00001957 62055-5 00000+0 0 9992
2 41631 40.4808 47.1751 0276166 164.0791 326.3463 15.60379441 98
2016-042J
1 41632U 16042J 16178.07674380 -.00002081 65969-5 00000+0 0 9998
2 41632 41.1605 46.9487 0277655 177.0163 310.9712 15.58919401 95
2016-042K
1 41633U 16042K 16178.07678635 -.00002024 64178-5 00000+0 0 9994
2 41633 40.9762 47.0222 0292228 184.4255 303.6024 15.58605800 93



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Posted 26 June 2016 - 11:50 AM

Recovery zone

Dongfeng Landing Zone, South West of Gobi desert (东风着陆场西南戈壁区), centered around Jiuquan satellite launch center

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Notifications


Landing 26 JUN 2016, 07:17-07:50 UTC

A1466/16 (Issued for ZLHW ZBPE) - A TEMPORARY RESTRICTED AREA ESTABLISHED BOUNDED BY:

N401808E0944257-N404248E0982052-N410926E1054055-N410453E1073638-N405513E1084226-N400814E0955838

BACK TO START. VERTICAL LIMITS:GND-UNL. GND - UNL,

26 JUN 07:17 2016 UNTIL 26 JUN 07:50 2016.

CREATED: 22 JUN 06:36 2016

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Recovery rehearsal

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Posted 26 June 2016 - 11:53 AM

Recovery

Initial plan was to wait until the next morning, the recovery team sleeping in tents in the desert, in order to benefit from the daylight to complete the retrieval process.
Finally, it has been decided to attempt an earlier recovery, by advancing the landing time by 3 hours. (CCTVNEWS)

After 13 orbits, the YZ-1A carrying the Next Generation Spacecraft scaled model will begin its third trajectory correction.
Upon reaching 170 km altitude, the spacecraft will separate.
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Astronaut Major General Yang Liwei commenting on future manned Moon mission with 6 astronauts, on CCTV13 TV program


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First IR imagery and CGI


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Illustration: Opening of the 2 square meters supersonic parachute for 60 seconds


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Opening of the 700 square meters main parachute


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Landing at 15:41:14.074 Beijing Time (UTC+8) (CCTVNEWS)



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Spacecraft without automated parachute rope cutting system, thus requiring external human intervention


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Spacecraft draggeg by the wind


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Very strong wind dragging the spacecraft over more than a kilometer


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Spacecraft and recovery team



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A reentry module aboard carrier rocket Long March-7, which was launched on Saturday, touched down successfully on Sunday afternoon in a landing area in north China.
According to officials in charge of China's manned space engineering, the module landed in Badain Jaran Desert in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region at 3:41 p.m.
Before its landing, the re-entry module, which weighs about 2,600 kilograms, spent about 20 hours in orbit.
Recovery of the module laid a solid foundation for technological breakthroughs in designing future manned spacecraft. It also means the Long March-7 has fulfilled all the objectives of its maiden flight, according the officials.


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Technical personnel check the reentry module in Badain Jaran Desert in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, June 26, 2016.


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Recovery completed just before sunset



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Commemorative souvenir


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