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Persistent region resident

Working continuously for several months or even more than years in the designated area

High resolution observation

High ground resolution and imaging sensitivity

Payloads are easy to update and maintain

Can return to the ground, can be reused, easy to update and maintain

Not affected by environmental factors, high safety

The visible and infrared characteristics of radar are not obvious, and the stealth performance is good

Core Industry
Near-space
Near-space

Near-space

Near-space generally refers to the airspace between 20 and 100km from the ground. It is between the highest flying altitude of existing aircraft and the lowest orbital altitude of satellites.

Mid/Low Altitude  Airship
Mid/Low Altitude  Airship

Mid/Low Altitude Airship

The unmanned remote control airship can overcome its own weight by filling the capsule with helium, which has its own unique hovering, long-term stagnation and heavy load capacity. At the same time, the airship has the characteristics of vertical take-off and landing, long endurance, safety and stability, low-speed and so on

Microsatellite
Microsatellite

Microsatellite

According to the weight of satellites, they are generally divided into four types: small satellites, microsatellites, nanosatellites, and Pico satellites. Among them, 100-500kg are called small satellites, 10-100kg are microsatellites, and 1-10kg are nanosatellites

Near base launch
Near base launch

Near base launch

There are two ways for a small satellite to enter orbit. One is to use large and medium-sized rockets to carry small satellites into orbit based on the deployment period and orbit height requirements of the main satellite (large and medium-sized main load)

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