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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. The first three flights of the improved version in 2021 and 2022 all failed to reach orbit.

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
 4      3   Hyperbola-1(2)     Y4     13.05.2022 F  Jq LC-43/95A  Jilin-1 Mofang-01A(R)


Launch sites:

Jq  = Jiuquan Space Center, Inner Mongolia, China China

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