China's final Beidou navigation satellite launch postponed for indefinite period

by Andrew Tate

The launch of the final satellite to complete the constellation for China’s Beidou global navigation system has been postponed for an indefinite period, according to a brief report in the state-owned Global Times newspaper published on 16 June.

The 55th Beidou satellite was due to be launched from the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre using a Long March 3B rocket and placed in geostationary orbit.

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The launch of the final satellite to complete the constellation for China’s Beidou global navigation...

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