US media: China wins space launch competition for three consecutive years

China has won the space launch race for three years in a row, according to a report titled “breaking through the defense line” website of the United States on October 30. As of September 30, China has launched more satellites this year than any other country. This will enable China to win the space launch competition for three consecutive years. < / P > < p > if it wasn’t for space exploration technologies, which launched its own “interstellar link” program to provide a global Internet from space, the United States would be far behind China. According to the German Gunter space page website, China’s satellites launched this year include a number of rs-30 satellites. The latest launch of rs-30 was on October 26. According to a study by the center for strategic and international studies, China led the world in the number of launches last year. The study was released on November 5, 2019, but was updated in August this year. Although China may launch faster than any other country, it still lags far behind the number of US satellites in space. According to the union of concerned scientists satellite database, as of August 1, there were 2787 active satellites in orbit – 1425 owned / operated by the United States. At 23:19 on October 26, 2020, China successfully put the 07 group of remote sensing 30 satellites into the scheduled orbit with the Long March 2C carrier rocket at Xichang Satellite Launch Center, and the launch was a complete success. Continue ReadingYueshang group has become the third social e-commerce service platform listed in China after being gathered in pinduoduo