The vehicle is fueled by Kerosene and LOX and features a 3.35 m core with two YF-100 engines. The stage 2 has the same diameter and uses the same fuels. The vehicle can be augmented by two or four 2.25 m boosters, each also powered by an YF-100 engine. A cryogenic upper stage is also available for high energy orbits.
The basic CZ-7 version with four boosters was initially called CZ-2F/H.
The initial launch site is the new Wenchang Satellite Launch Center in the Hainan province. The maiden flight is planned for the end of 2015 or early 2016.
|Version||Strap-On||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3|
|CZ-7||4 × K-2-1 / YF-100||K-3-1 / 2 × YF-100||K-3-2 (short) / YF-115||H-18 / 2 × YF-75|
No: Type: Serial Date LS Payload
3 1 CZ-7A Y1 16.03.2020 F We LC-201 XJY 6 Planned: x 2 CZ-7A Y2 xx.xx.2021 We LC-201 ? Launch sites: We = Wenchang Space Launch Center (WSLC), Hainan, China F Failure P Partial Failure