New launch vehicles set for test flights from China’s Jiuquan spaceport

Newly-developed orbital and suborbital launch vehicles are being readied for test flights at the Jiuquan spaceport as China

Landspace, a Beijing-based launch startup, is working towards the launch of its Zhuque-2

The mission, expected in the near future, will represent the first launch of a liquid propellant

 The move has so far brought a proliferation of solid launchers, with mixed success.

 Liquid launch capabilities would represent a leap for the sector.

As previously reported by SpaceNews, Landspace has constructed infrastructure at Jiuquan

 The firm’s Zhuque-2 is powered by gas generator engines and will be capable of delivering a 6,000

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