The first launch of a new Chinese booster "quan; Changzhen-7" c new spaceport Wenchang

Original taken from a colleagueimp_navigatorIn the first launch of the new Chinese carrier rocket Changzheng-7 from the new Wenchang space center
The Changzheng-7 missiles (the Long March 7 CZ-7) will have to gradually replace the Changzheng-2F missiles (CZ-2F) as carriers for launching cargo ships and, probably, subsequently piloted to a future orbital station. The rocket is similar in appearance and structure to its predecessor - a two-stage with four starting accelerators, while the CZ-7 has new engines that use kerosene - liquid oxygen as a fuel instead of heptyl and nitrogen tetroxide in CZ-2F. The new rocket can put 13.5 tons of payload into low Earth orbit or 5.5 tons into a sun-synchronous orbit.
https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2016/06/china-debuts-long-march-7-rocket/
This is also the first launch from a new Chinese space center that was built on Hainan Island, rockets are being delivered there by sea from Tianjin.

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