Inline with local media reports released on Friday 6th of November it was noted that China has no doubt launch into space “the world’s first 6G experiment satellite,”
This experimental 6G satellite no doubt will “verify the terahertz (THz) communication technology in space, and thus lead to a breakthrough in space communication,”
Furthermore, according to the press release the 6G satellite was among three other Chinese satellites which was successfully launched into orbit, along with 10 commercial remote sensing satellites developed by Argentinian company Satellogic. the report stated that all of this satellites were launched using a single Long March 6 rocket that took off from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in Northern Shanxi province.
This was the 351st rocket of China’s indigenously developed Long March series as In the month of September, China launched its third maritime satellite into space, and since then has also sent an observation satellite, Gaofen 11-02, into the orbit to help in mapping efforts for its stationary and Road Initiative.
Meanwhile, according to CGTN report, China’s National Astronomical Observatory said on Friday it will open its 500-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope, the world’s largest single-dish radio telescope, to global scientists next year 2021 for research work, state broadcaster.
The National Astronomical observatory will begin full operation in January 2021 after going through “series of technical and performance Assessment’s.”