Landspace plans to launch 3 impressive Zhuque-2 rockets in 2024, 6 in 2025 and 12 in 2026, and is rapidly increasing production volumes and launch frequency. The Zhuque-3 rocket will be 76.6 meters long and 4.5 meters in diameter and promises to carry a staggering 21,000 kilogram payload into low Earth orbit. Landspace plans to conduct a 100-meter jump test by the end of the year, and the first flight of Zhuque-3 is planned for 2025. The rocket can be reused up to 20 times.

The success of commercial space initiatives in 2023 signals a significant breakthrough in China’s space industry.

Source: Ferra

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