12 December 2019
Yutu 2 has set the record for operating the longest among rovers on the moon, with over 11 months so far, according to the Lunar Exploration and Space Programme Centre of the CNSA. Before Yutu 2, the Soviet Union's Lunokhod 1 Moon rover that landed on the Moon in 1970 held the record for the longest operational rover with 321 days, or 10 and half months. Chang'e 4's lander and the rover are in their 12th dormancy.
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13 December 2019
China's aerospace industry has made extraordinary achievements and has attracted worldwide attention over the past 70 years, thanks to the hard work of Chinese scientists. "Our goal is to meet the needs of our country." said Liu Jiyuan, an expert in engineering management of the aerospace system, explaining that this is why he has been engaged in this field for decades. Due to limited research conditions, Liu recalled that they once needed to borrow the test control system from another institute located dozens of miles away in the middle of the night. When there was no bus on their way back, Liu and his colleagues had to hold the device back together, and "no one was complaining".
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12 December 2019
China's first private 5G satellite is expected to be put into orbit via Kuaizhou 1A (KZ-1A) rocket by the end of December. It is the first Q/V band and 200-kg satellite independently developed by China's commercial aerospace company GalaxySpace.
With an orbit altitude of 1,200 m, it will cover 300,000 km2, roughly equivalent to 50 cities of the size of Shanghai. Low-orbit broadband communications satellites will connect 4 billion information users to the Internet.
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10 December 2019
A 50 expert Chinese delegation, led by Yang Changfeng, the Chief Architect of the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS), participates in the 14th Meeting of the International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (ICG-14) of the UN in Bangalore, India from 8-13 December 2019. A BDS system update will be presented by the Chinese representatives along with appeals and solutions, aimed at mid-orbit satellite search and rescue, space debris disposal, precise point positioning, and expanding application areas. 
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website of the ICG-14

12 December 2019
Yutu 2 has set the record for operating the longest among rovers on the moon, with over 11 months so far, according to the Lunar Exploration and Space Programme Centre of the CNSA. Before Yutu 2, the Soviet Union's Lunokhod 1 Moon rover that landed on the Moon in 1970 held the record for the longest operational rover with 321 days, or 10 and half months.
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10 December 2019
On 10 December, CNSA released the first batch of three-dimensional images based on the data from the recently launched Gaofen 7 Earth observation satellite. The Gaofen 7 is China's first civil-use optical transmission three-dimensional surveying and mapping satellite that reaches the sub-meter definition. The 22 images unveiled show the Beijing Capital International Airport, the new Beijing Daxing International Airport, as well as some regions in China's Anhui, Guangdong and Shandong provinces. Airplanes, vehicles, buildings and trees can be clearly seen in the images.
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