Chinese startup iSpace launches satellites in space

Chinese startup iSpace launches satellites in space

iSpace becomes the first private Chinese company to do a space launch. Their Hyperbola-1 rocket blasted off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on Thursday, sending two satellites and payloads into a predetermined orbit, the company said in a statement on its official Wechat account.

Chris
Chris
Seekster
Seekster 1 year

Meanwhile Apple is kicking themselves for not copyrighting "iSpace".

Pyro Crusader
Pyro Crusader 1 year

First it starts with small satellites like these and eventually it will turn into satellite's with lasers that are capable of shooting down U.S nuclear missiles....

Paul M
Paul M 1 year

I'm sick of companies using a crap name and then just sticking the letter "i " in front of it.

paddy
paddy 1 year

I'm sure it's 100% private and in no way funded or directed by the ccp

Binx1
Binx1 1 year

is it me... cause america the great independence . seems to have similar institution's as other govs. in other country's. this is not what our fore fathers intended. get out the UN. greenback$, we do not need debt on monoply money. we dont need money. can live in a society, where community takes care of us. self-sustaining communities where their no. jobs we have automation like it's the most sustainable thing. why use money. this system failed b4. and will again.

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