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China’s first private rocket effort fails mid-launch

It was hoped Zhuque-1 would be the first privately developed Chinese rocket to enter space

LandSpace is the first Chinese company to acquire a license to launch any payload into space since the Chinese Communist Party government shifted its stance to allow private firms to develop and utilize launch vehicles and small satellites in 2014.

"We, as before, believe that the creation of the carrier rockets - the right corporate strategy".

China's first attempt to deliver a satellite into orbit around the Earth failed on Saturday, with something going wrong with the Landspace Zhuque-1's third-stage deployment.

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The Beijing based company Landspace developed a carrier rocket to take satellites up to space to orbit the earth. We will carry on with our dream for the vast space'.

It is reported by a private company manufacturer of LandSpace Technology Corporation. The 62 foot (19 m) tall rocket weighs in at 60,000 lbs (27 metric tons) and generates nearly 100,000 lbs (45 metric tons) of thrust. The rocket is created to put a payload up to 440 lbs (200 kg) into orbit 310 miles (500 km) from Earth's surface.

"Next, through the telemetry data collected by the satellite launch center, [we] will fulfill the next step of the flight process and explain the whole flight to the public as soon as possible", Changwu said.

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China has been trying to join the independent space race - kick-started by Blue Origin, SpaceX and Virgin Galactic - since 2012, when President Xi Jinping declared that becoming a space flight superpower would be a priority for the country.

At least ten Chinese companies are making their own launch rockets. It was founded in 2015.

Recall that in 2018, China plans to launch 40 rockets, including his most powerful at the moment, Changzheng-5.

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