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Jingyu



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Jingyu
The ICBM base is identified by US intelligence sources only by the name of the largest nearby town. The red points are potential launch pads at the end of rail spurs.
Credit: © Mark Wade
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Jingyu
Location of Jingyu
Credit: © Mark Wade
Chinese ICBM missile test site. Not used for satellite launches to date.

Minimum Inclination: 42.0 degrees. Maximum Inclination: 42.0 degrees.

Longitude: 126.5000 deg.
Latitude: 42.2000 deg.

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See also
Bibliography
  • McDowell, Jonathan, Jonathan's Space Home Page (launch records), Harvard University, 1997-present. Web Address when accessed: here.

Jingyu Chronology


1970 November 23 - . Launch Site: Jingyu. Launch Vehicle: DF-4. LV Configuration: DF-4 601906.
  • Long range test - . Nation: China. Agency: MAI. Apogee: 500 km (310 mi).

1980 August 15 - . Launch Site: Jingyu. Launch Vehicle: DF-4.
  • First DF-4 test from Jingyu. - . Nation: China. Program: Long March. Summary: First launch from Jingyu test site..

1980 October 15 - . Launch Site: Jingyu. Launch Vehicle: DF-4.
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