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Beijing to Launch Satellite Network to Monitor South China Sea Traffic


Beijing to Launch Satellite Network to Monitor South China Sea Traffic Officials in China's Hainan province are preparing to send a series of satellites into space starting in 2019 in order to keep track of "every reef and ship" within the contested waters of the South China Sea. The project is headed by the Sanya Institute of Remote Sensing in Hainan and has been sponsored by the provincial government, according to the China News Service. In total, 10 satellites will be launched into low-Earth orbit by the end of 2021.   More



(Source: Sputnik International - Aug 17)

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