Tuesday, March 5, 2024

China to Build Space Center and more satellites for Pakistan.

China has announced plans to expand space cooperation with Pakistan, including the establishment of a space centre and the launch of additional satellites. The State Council or the Central Cabinet produced a white paper titled “China’s Space Programme: A 2021 Perspective” that details the future expansion plans for China’s expanding space sector, which has successfully launched missions to the Moon and Mars.

China is presently constructing its own space station, which is scheduled to be completed by the end of this year. According to the white paper, China has completed the in-orbit delivery of the Pakistan Remote-Sensing Satellite (PRSS-1), the Venezuelan Remote-Sensing Satellite (VRSS-2), the Sudan Remote-Sensing Satellite (SRSS-1) and the Algerian Communications Satellite (Alcomsat-1).

China has also collaborated on space product and technology development with countries such as Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Argentina, Pakistan, and Nigeria.

Many countries, including Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Canada, Brazil, and Luxembourg, have used China’s satellite-carrying or launching services.

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