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China Launches Weather Satellite China Launches Weather Satellite
China orbited a new weather satellite, named Fengyun 3B (FY-3B), on November 4, 2010. A Chang Zheng (CZ) 4C carried the 2.299 tonne satellite into sun synchronous orbit from Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center's second launch pad. The thre...
SITP Play a Part in China’s Lunar Probe SITP Play a Part in China’s Lunar Probe
China's 2nd lunar probe Chang'e-2 blasted off on October 1, 2010, carrying a laser altimeter developed by Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics (SITP) of Chinese Academy of Sciences. The laser altimeter together with a charge coupled...
Mr. Alfred Yi Cho Visited SITP Mr. Alfred Yi Cho Visited SITP
At the invitation of He Li, director of the Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics (SITP), Mr. Alfred Yi Cho visited the institute on September 11th. 2010. Mr. Alfred Yi Cho is a famous scientist who was awarded the National Medal of Sc...
SITP, RAL to See Cooperation SITP, RAL to See Cooperation
The Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics (SITP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) of UK signed a cooperation agreement in Shanghai on June 1. The cooperation should be attributed to the ...
China’s First Airborne Gas Pipeline Leakage Inspection Instrument Flights Successfully China’s First Airborne Gas Pipeline Leakage Inspection Instrument Flights Successfully
An airborne natural gas pipeline leakage inspection instrument developed by the Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics, Academy of Sciences has passed its flight test successfully in Shandong province recently. The instrument is the fir...
China China"s environment monitoring satellites start operation
BEIJING, Sept. 9 (Xinhua) -- China's newly launched environment monitoring satellites have started operation and are sending back concrete data, Chinese authorities have announced.   The two satellites successfully sent back data obta...
FY-3 Satellite Sends Back First Nephogram FY-3 Satellite Sends Back First Nephogram
China's second Olympic weather forecasting satellite, Fengyun-3 (FY-3), sent back its first satellite nephogram Friday morning. This nephogram covers the area of southern China's Guangdong province, showing rainstorms in several regions...
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