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OS-X1 [OneSpace]

OS-X2 [OneSpace]

OS-X1 is a small solid fuel rocket designed by the Chinese company OneSpace as a suborbital demonstrator for their planned OS-M orbital rocket.

Not much information on the vehicle is available. Possibly it is based on rocket motors inherited from the DF-11 or DF-15 missiles.

The 6 m long vehicle can carry a payload of 100 kg to a height of 800 km.

A first test launch of the OS-X1 rocket took place in May 2018 from a site at Alxa in northwest China. The solid motor burned for 35 seconds with maximum velocity more than Mach 5 and highest altitude about 40 km. A second flight took place in September 2018 from Jiuquan and reached an altitude of 35 km.

Version Stage 1
OS-X1 ?
No:         Type               Date          LS         Payload

 1      1   OS-X1              16.05.2018 *  Alx        ?
 2      2   OS-X1              07.09.2018 *  Jq         ?
 3      1   OS-X6B             04.02.2021 *  ?          ?


Launch sites:

Alx = Alxa Left Banner Airport, Inner Mongolia, China ChinaJq  = Jiuquan Space Center, Inner Mongolia, China China

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