China Will Launch Beidou 3 Satellites In 2020 An Alternative To US Gps

Beidou 3 Satellites

China Is About To Launch The Last Two Satellites Of Its Beidou 3 Mapping System In 2020 As An Alternative To American GPS. Know More Beidou 3 Satellites.

China will launch the last two satellites of its Beidou-3 mapping system in 2020. An alternative to the American GPS system. It has been announced by Chinese authorities. According to the news agency Effe’s report, a spokesman for the agency responsible for developing the system. Ran Chengqi, told the media on Friday that both satellites would be launched into space.

Beidou 3 Satellites

China has launched ten Beidou satellites into space in the year 2019. He added that a more ubiquitous, integrated and intelligent Beidou will be installed in a new navigation system by 2035. The Beidou 3 navigation system has been in operation in China. And parts of the Asia-Pacific region since December 2012 and has commenced operations worldwide in December 2018 started. According to officials, the accuracy margin of the system is less than five meters.

China began building its own satellite navigation system in 2000 to end its dependence on GPS systems. And decided to call it Beidou, a name that gives by ancient Chinese astronomers. To the seven brightest stars of the Big Dipper or the Plow Planetarium.

Beidou 3 is one of the navigation network’s four space projects. Including GPS from the US, Galileo from the European Union and GLONASS from Russia.

Earlier on Friday, China released its most advanced and heaviest navigation satellite into space. The satellite was launch to space by Long March-5, China’s largest rocket. The lives of this rocket will help in unraveling the secrets of distant space.

Beidou 3 is the Long March-5 is China’s most powerful rocket. It can reach the nearest orbit of the Earth with a weight of 25 thousand kg. While it can reach a remote orbit with a weight of 14 thousand kg. China is planning to go to Mars after this big satellite launch. China will launch the satellite in 2020 for Mars.