Taiyuan, July 16, 2022 (WAM)-China launched the Long March 2C carrier rocket on Saturday, placing two satellites in space.

According to a Chinese news agency, the Xinhua News Agency was immediately put into a preset orbit when a pair of satellites, the Xinhua News Agency, was lifted from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in northern Shanxi Province at 6:57 (Beijing time).

They provide commercial remote sensing services in areas such as land resource surveys, natural disaster monitoring, urban planning and safety.

The mission marked the 427th flight of the Long March rocket.

WAM / Amjad Saleh

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