With the rapid development of science and technology, the demand for commercial space and satellites has also increased dramatically. Unlike traditional satellite and commercial space cooperation negotiation models, Space China has moved the purchase of satellite and rocket launch services directly to the Internet and can be purchased using mobile phones.
Today, Space China issued a statement on its official platform, said that after registering and logging into its online shopping mall, those who meet the conditions, can add satellite products and services, applications to the shopping cart, directly on the mobile phone to complete the "purchase" of satellite.
From the introduction of its platform mall, users can order satellites starting from the smallest 50 kg class, and can also choose 100, 300 kg class of micro satellite whole star products. It also carries out various ground tests and data services using the core performance and products of the satellite.
In addition to placing an order for a satellite here, various commercial rocket launch missions can also be purchased from Space China. According to its introduction, Space China's multi-model launch vehicle can provide commercial launch services such as "space shuttles, special buses and hitchhikers".
Among them, the Long March XI solid carrier rocket, with a low orbital carrying capacity of 700 kg, has successfully sent several batches of commercial satellites into the sky, and has also achieved the first sea rocket launch in China.
In August last year, Space China's China Rocket Company's Jaguar-1 carrier rocket successfully made its maiden flight, marking the arrival of China's "Dragon" series, a "purely commercial" rocket on the historical stage.
Subsequently, Space China will develop the "Jaguar" series of commercial solid launch vehicles and the "Tenglong" series of commercial liquid launch vehicles, aiming to achieve the reusability of liquid commercial launch vehicles around 2025.