Beijing: China launches the world's most powerful rocket in 2020 to advance its Mars mission.
French news agency 'AFP' report published in Dawn newspaper reports that a live Long March 5 rocket containing the Shi Jian 20 test satellite payload shown on Chinese broadcasting agency CCTV on the southern island of Hainan I was sent into space at 8:30 am from the launch site.
According to China's state-run news agency Xin Hua, "2000 seconds later the Shijian 20 satellite was sent to its default orbit".
According to the report, the rocket launch will test key technologies related to future space missions.
This successful launch is an important part of China's plans to launch Red Planet's mission next year and to build a space station on staff by 2022.
"Long March's rocket has been entrusted with important missions," Yinhua, China's vice president of the National Space Administration, said in a video released last week by CCTV.
He said he would be tasked with a series of important missions, including China's first probe into China, Chang E5's lunar probe, and the launch of a basic model for a manned space station.
More than 1 million people watched China's powerful rocket launch live online, and the crowd gathered near the island's launch site watching the rocket launching sky in the night, posted on social media. Watched in videos made.
Rocket's Nickname "fast five" has been trending on China's social networking site Weibo.
After a failed attempt to launch the rocket in July 2017, China's space program has reverted back to its previous success.
Be aware that Beijing has invested billions of dollars in its space program to compete with its rival US and confirm itself as a major global power.