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Hainan-1 [Sanya Institute]

The Hainan-1 small earth observation satellites are part of Sanya Institute of Remote Sensing 's constellation of small earth observation satellites focused at the tropical province Hainan.

The satellite features a high-definition camera and will be tasked with observing ports, islands and ships. Also an AIS receiver to track ships is on board.

In the coming years, the institute plans to launch two more Hainan-1 satellites, two more high spectral resolution satellites called Sanya-1 and two synthetic aperture radar satellites called Sansha-1.

The Hainan-1 satellites were originally planned to be launched on a Jielong-1 rocket, but due to mass issues they were switched to a ride-share launch on a CZ-8 (2).

Nation: China
Type / Application: Earth observation
Operator: Sanya Institute of Remote Sensing
Contractors:
Equipment:
Configuration:
Propulsion:
Power: Solar cells, batteries
Lifetime:
Mass: ~50 kg
Orbit:
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
Hainan-1 02 2022-019 27.02.2022 We LC-201 CZ-8 (2) with Jilin-1 Mofang-02A, Jilin-1 Gaofen-03D-10, ..., 18, Hainan-1 01, Hainan-1 02, Wenchang-1 01, 02, Chaohu 1, Qimingxing 1, Xingshidai 17, Taijing-3 01, Taijing-4 01, Xidian-1, Chuangxing Leishen, Tianqi 19

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