Kuaizhou-11 (KZ-11) [EXPACE]
The Kuaizhou-11 (KZ-11), is a Chinese commercial launch vehicle.
Reportedly, the payload is about 1000 kg for low earth orbit and 700 kg for a sun-synchronous orbit.
The three stage rocket is possibly based on the DF-31 missile. It consists of three solid-fueled stages. The principal diameter is 2.2 m and the launch weight is 78 tons. the first stage features four grid fins. The vehicle is launched from a launch truck.
The maiden flight was planned for 2018, but has been delayed to 2020. The maiden flight failed, when stage three did not ignite.
|Version||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3|
No: Type: Serial Date LS Payload
1 1 Kuaizhou-11 10.07.2020 Jq F Jilin-1 High Resolution-02E / CentiSpace-1 S2 Planned: x x Kuaizhou-11 xx.xx.2021 Jq JSBT / Xiangrikui 1A / Xiangrikui 1B / Yijian Duoxing / TY 4 / Zhongwei 1 Launch sites: Jq = Jiuquan Space Center, Inner Mongolia, China We = Wenchang Space Launch Center (WSLC), Hainan, China Xi = Xichang Space Center (Songlin), Sichuan, China F Failure P Partial Failure Failures: 1: stage 3 failed to ignite