China yaingia katika ushindani wa ‘navigation satellite system’ kwa kurusha satelaiti ya mwisho

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Leo Juni 23, China imezindua satelaiti yake ya mwisho kukamilisha mfumo wa ‘Geolocation’ unaoitwa BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS)

Satelaiti hiyo iliyopewa jina la BeiDou-3GEO3, itakamilisha mfumo wa mtandao katika soko lenye ushindani wa mitandao kama GPS wa Marekani, GLONASS wa Urusi na Galileo wa Umoja wa Ulaya

Hatua hii inaifanya China kuacha kuitegemea Marekani na Ulaya. China ilianza kujenga teknolojia ya ‘global navigation’ mwaka 1994. Hadi sasa nchi 120 zimeanza kutumia mfumo huu

Mfumo huu kwa mara ya kwanza ulikamilika mwaka 2000 na uliweza kutoa huduma zake ndani ya China. Baadae huduma iliweza kuwafikia nchi zote za Asia na Pacific, na sasa inatarajiwa kutoa huduma kwa dunia nzima

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China launched the last satellite of the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province at 9:43 a.m. BJT (0143 GMT) on Tuesday.

The satellite, carried by a Long March-3B carrier rocket, is the 30th BDS-3 satellite and the 55th of the whole BeiDou satellite family.

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The launch marked the completion of the country's domestically developed BeiDou constellation, one of four global navigation networks alongside with the United States' GPS, Russia's GLONASS and the European Union's Galileo.

When fully completed, the system will offer its users services including high-precision positioning and short message communication, which "will bring new highlights to global navigation satellite systems," according to Ran Chengqi, director of the China Satellite Navigation Office.

Weighing over 10,000 pounds, the final BDS satellite is the largest of its kind in the family, and is filled with propellants for maneuvers in orbit, said Liu Tianxiong, deputy chief designer of the BeiDou 3 satellite at China Academy of Space Technology.

"The reason we launched this one in the final stage is to round out the navigation network," Liu added. Featuring radio-navigation, radio-determination, and enhanced timing synchronization functions, the last satellite, after joining BDS-3 family, will allow the constellation to provide more cost-effective navigation services.

Based on the DFH-3B satellite platform, one of the largest platforms in service in China, the spacecraft it is designed to work in orbit for at least 12 years.

The latest launch came 26 years after construction of the BeiDou-1 officially started in 1994. The first generation of the BeiDou system made China the third country after the U.S. and Russia to have a satellite navigation system.

By 2000, the construction of the BDS-1 was completed, which was mainly used to broadcast positioning and timing signals over China.

12 years later, the construction of BDS-2, designed to provide navigation services over the broader Asia-Pacific region, was completed.

Now, the construction of BDS-3, with 24 satellites in medium-Earth orbits, three in inclined geosynchronous satellite orbits and three in geostationary orbits, is scheduled to provide services worldwide.

"After the global system is completed this year, the BDS can provide satisfactory services to every corner of the world," said Yang Changfeng, chief designer of the Beidou system, according to Xinhua.
 

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Leo Juni 23, China imezindua satelaiti yake ya mwisho kukamilisha mfumo wa ‘Geolocation’ unaoitwa BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS)

Satelaiti hiyo iliyopewa jina la BeiDou-3GEO3, itakamilisha mfumo wa mtandao katika soko lenye ushindani wa mitandao kama GPS wa Marekani, GLONASS wa Urusi na Galileo wa Umoja wa Ulaya

Hatua hii inaifanya China kuacha kuitegemea Marekani na Ulaya. China ilianza kujenga teknolojia ya ‘global navigation’ mwaka 1994. Hadi sasa nchi 120 zimeanza kutumia mfumo huu

Mfumo huu kwa mara ya kwanza ulikamilika mwaka 2000 na uliweza kutoa huduma zake ndani ya China. Baadae huduma iliweza kuwafikia nchi zote za Asia na Pacific, na sasa inatarajiwa kutoa huduma kwa dunia nzima

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China launched the last satellite of the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province at 9:43 a.m. BJT (0143 GMT) on Tuesday.

The satellite, carried by a Long March-3B carrier rocket, is the 30th BDS-3 satellite and the 55th of the whole BeiDou satellite family.

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The launch marked the completion of the country's domestically developed BeiDou constellation, one of four global navigation networks alongside with the United States' GPS, Russia's GLONASS and the European Union's Galileo.

When fully completed, the system will offer its users services including high-precision positioning and short message communication, which "will bring new highlights to global navigation satellite systems," according to Ran Chengqi, director of the China Satellite Navigation Office.

Weighing over 10,000 pounds, the final BDS satellite is the largest of its kind in the family, and is filled with propellants for maneuvers in orbit, said Liu Tianxiong, deputy chief designer of the BeiDou 3 satellite at China Academy of Space Technology.

"The reason we launched this one in the final stage is to round out the navigation network," Liu added. Featuring radio-navigation, radio-determination, and enhanced timing synchronization functions, the last satellite, after joining BDS-3 family, will allow the constellation to provide more cost-effective navigation services.

Based on the DFH-3B satellite platform, one of the largest platforms in service in China, the spacecraft it is designed to work in orbit for at least 12 years.

The latest launch came 26 years after construction of the BeiDou-1 officially started in 1994. The first generation of the BeiDou system made China the third country after the U.S. and Russia to have a satellite navigation system.

By 2000, the construction of the BDS-1 was completed, which was mainly used to broadcast positioning and timing signals over China.

12 years later, the construction of BDS-2, designed to provide navigation services over the broader Asia-Pacific region, was completed.

Now, the construction of BDS-3, with 24 satellites in medium-Earth orbits, three in inclined geosynchronous satellite orbits and three in geostationary orbits, is scheduled to provide services worldwide.

"After the global system is completed this year, the BDS can provide satisfactory services to every corner of the world," said Yang Changfeng, chief designer of the Beidou system, according to Xinhua.
Kiongozi iyo itatumika kwa ajili ya navigation ikiwa ndani ya China sio worldwide, mbona ata India wanayo ila for globally ni GPS
 

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