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China launched a new group of triplet satellites for the Chuangxin-5 (CX-5) constellation on 26 October, 2020. Launched under the name Yaogan, the three satellites were orbited by a Chang Zheng-2C launch vehicle from the LC-3 Launch Complex of the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre. (NASA).

China ‘Boldly Goes’ for Space Independence

While China’s rapid progress as a major player in space technology and capability is undeniable, the ‘achilles heel’ to its next step may be...
China’s Type 054A class frigate PLA (N) Yueyang (FF 575).

Chadburns Ring Full Ahead for Modernisation

The increasing pace of naval modernisation in the Indo-Pacific is fuelling regional industrial growth backed by the maturation of indigenous technology. The rise of China...
Chengdu-J-20

China readies to flex latest indigenous defence technologies in Zhuhai

State-owned and private Chinese defence and aerospace companies are set to showcase their latest platforms and technologies at the biennial China International Aviation and...
Beihang-UAS

UAVs Over the Maritime Horizon

Maritime patrolling with UAVs has becoming the norm, allowing manned missions to be dedicated to more mission specific tasks. Airborne maritime operations such as anti-submarine...
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CASC resumes UAV production and testing amid ongoing COVID-19 battle

China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) has resumed production and flight testing of its unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) following a brief stoppage to...
hypersonic glide vehicle testing

China rapidly advancing hypersonic weapons technology

A top US military official has claimed that China is developing an intercontinental range hypersonic weapons, which could challenge the ability of US detection...
Fei Long-71

China’s Next Generation Unmanned Assassins

JR Ng - China has been steadily pushing ahead in its development of stealthy, unmanned deep penetration aircraft in recent years. The People's Republic of...
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More Chinese UAVs for Pakistan?

Chinese firms are lining up to meet a potential interest in medium altitude long endurance (MALE) unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for the Pakistan Air...

We want what you have

There is a clear demand for unmanned aerial technology in the Asia-Pacific, as territorial disputes and large EEZs (Exclusive Economic Zones) are leading nations...

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