A Long March-11 rocket carrying nine satellites for the Jilin-1 remote sensing constellation lifts off on Tuesday morning. Photo: XinhuaA Long March-11 rocket carrying nine satellites for the Jilin-1 remote sensing constellation lifts off on Tuesday morning. Photo: Xinhua
A Long March-11 rocket carrying nine satellites for the Jilin-1 remote sensing constellation lifts off on Tuesday morning. Photo: Xinhua

China’s military begins three days of seaborne rocket launches in Yellow Sea

  • Troops also conducting live-fire exercises in a southern section of the waterway from 8am to 6pm Tuesday to Thursday, maritime safety administration says
  • News of military manoeuvres comes as China completes its second space launch from a floating platform in the Yellow Sea

Topic |   China's military weapons
A Long March-11 rocket carrying nine satellites for the Jilin-1 remote sensing constellation lifts off on Tuesday morning. Photo: XinhuaA Long March-11 rocket carrying nine satellites for the Jilin-1 remote sensing constellation lifts off on Tuesday morning. Photo: Xinhua
A Long March-11 rocket carrying nine satellites for the Jilin-1 remote sensing constellation lifts off on Tuesday morning. Photo: Xinhua
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