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Chinese Space Venture Sets Record with 26-Satellite Launch Amid Pursuit of US Dominance

A recent feat in Chinese commercial space exploration saw the successful second launch of the Lijian-1 (Kinetica-1) solid-propellant launch vehicle, carrying an impressive load of 26 satellites into earth orbit, setting a new national record.

On June 7th, the Jiuquan Cosmodrome, nestled on the fringes of the north-western Gobi Desert, set the stage for Lijian-1's second orbital voyage. Following an hour after take-off, confirmation of the flight's success was relayed by controllers. The mission's ambitious target was to deposit a heavy payload of 26 satellites into orbit, which marked a significant. . .

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