Please make a donation to support Gunter's Space Page.
Thank you very much for visiting Gunter's Space Page. I hope that this site is useful and informative for you.
If you appreciate the information provided on this site, please consider supporting my work by making a simple and secure donation via PayPal. Please help to run the website and keep everything free of charge. Thank you very much.

Shian Quxian-1 (SQX-1, Hyperbola-1)

Hyperbola-1(1) [i-Space]

Hyperbola-1(2) [i-Space]

Shian Quxian-1 (Hyperbola-1) is a small solid fueled orbital rocket designed by the Chinese company Beijing Interstellar Glory Space Technology Ltd. under the brand name iSpace

The first rocket has a maximum diameter of 1.4 m, a length of 20.8 m. Its liftoff mass is 31 t. Hyperbola can carry a payload of 260 kg to a sun-synchronous orbit at a height of 500 km. Possibly it is based on rocket motors inherited from the DF-21 missile.

For the second launch, the diameter of the upper stages has been increased to 1.4 m. The length was increased to 22 m and the lift-off mass is now 42 t. The payload capability has been increased to 300 kg to a sun-synchronous orbit.

The successful maiden flight took place on 25 July 2019.

Version Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4
Shian Quxian-1(1) (SQX-1(1), Hyperbola-1(1)) ? ? ? ?
Shian Quxian-1(2) (SQX-1(2), Hyperbola-1(2)) ? ? ? ?
Performance (kg) LEO LPEO SSO GTO GEO MolO IP
Shian Quxian-1(1) (SQX-1(1), Hyperbola-1(1)) 300 260 - - - -
Shian Quxian-1(2) (SQX-1(2), Hyperbola-1(2), Tianshu) 300 - - - -
No:         Type               Serial Date          LS            Payload

 1      1   Hyperbola-1(1)     Y1     25.07.2019    Jq            CAS 7B (BP 1B) / Hangtian KKG Fazhang sat / (Hyperbola Stage 4 payloads 1)
 2      1   Hyperbola-1(2)     Y2     01.02.2021 F  Jq LC-43/95B  (6 satellites ?)
 3      2   Hyperbola-1(2)     Y5     03.08.2021 F  Jq LC-43/95A  Jilin-1 Mofang-01A


Launch sites:

Jq  = Jiuquan Space Center, Inner Mongolia, China China

Cite this page: