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China plans to launch around 120 sensing, communication and navigation satellites

China plans to launch about 120 sensing, communication and navigation satellites in the near future. According to the Xinhua news agency, this was announced by Yang Baohua, deputy general director of the China Space Technologies Association.

Speaking at the 7-th China International Aviation and Space Forum in Zhuhai, Yang Baohua noted that the need for space technology in the PRC will increase in the coming years. Therefore, China will develop and launch about 70 remote sensing satellites, including geostationary meteorological satellites, remote sensing satellites, satellites designed to monitor climate and environmental changes.

In addition, China is ready to launch around 20 communication satellites, including satellites for fixed and mobile telephony, television and radio broadcasting, special data transmission and other. China is also planning to launch around 30 navigation satellites that will form a global satellite navigation system, Yan Baohua added.

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