On July 8, Yuan Wang No. 3 ship captain Ni Liuguo (front left) waited in the cab. Xinhua News Agency reporter Li Yuze photo
Xinhua News Agency, Nanjing, July 8 (Reporter Liu Shiping, Li Yuze) At 10:20 on July 8th, Yuanwang No. 3 ocean-going space survey ship completed the 46th Beidou navigation satellite maritime monitoring and control mission, safely relying on the China Satellite Maritime Monitoring and Control Department. The dock is a perfect ending for the voyage that lasted for one month and sailed 30,000 miles.
On June 25, China successfully launched the 21st Beidou navigation satellite Beidou 3 system's 21st satellite and the second inclined geosynchronous orbit satellite at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center with the Long March 3B carrier rocket. It is hoped that the No. 3 ship will conduct sea monitoring and control in the scheduled sea area of the South Pacific, and smoothly escort the 46th Beidou navigation satellite into orbit.
Ni Liuguo, the captain of Yuanwang No. 3 ship, said: "In the course of the mission, we pay special attention to the trend of target signal changes and various important events. The dispatching passwords are timely and accurate, the operations at all levels are orderly, the scheduling is smooth, the coordination is up and down, and the tasks are completed."
Yuanwang No. 3 is China's second-generation aerospace ocean-going survey vessel. It is mainly responsible for the offshore monitoring and control of spacecraft such as satellites and spacecraft. Since its completion, it has sailed 52 times and successfully completed 83 seas represented by Shenzhou, Sui and Beidou. Measurement and control tasks.
Yuanwang No. 3 carried out the 83rd ocean space monitoring and control (photo taken on June 10). Xinhua News Agency reporter Liu Shiping photo
The Yuanwang No. 3 ship was on its way to the South Pacific (June 21, drone shooting). Xinhua News Agency reporter Li Yuze photo
Yuanwang No. 3 sailed in the Pacific Ocean (June 21, drone shooting). Xinhua News Agency reporter Li Yuze photo