Ludi Tance 1-01A 
Ludi Tance 1-01 (LuTan) is a series of Chinese civilian remote sensing satellites.
The weight of the 01-group A satellite of Land Exploration-1 is about 3.2 tons, and the total area of the SAR antenna exceeds 33 square meters. It is currently the largest SAR satellite in orbit in China. The satellite operates in a quasi-sun-synchronous orbit at an altitude of 607 kilometers, and is equipped with an advanced L-band multi-polarization and multi-channel SAR payload. It has all-day, all-weather, and multi-mode Earth observation capabilities. The satellite is mainly used for effective monitoring of geological environment, landslides and earthquake disasters.
The first satellite, Ludi Tance 1-01A was launched on 26 January 2022 on a CZ-4C rocket from China's Jiuquan space center.
The second satellite, Ludi Tance 1-01B is followed a month later.
|Type / Application:||Earth observation|
|Power:||2 deployable solar arrays, batteries|
|Orbit:||595 km × 602 km, 97.80°|
|Ludi Tance 1-01A (L-SAR 01A)||2022-007A||26.01.2022||Jq LC-43/94||CZ-4C|
|Ludi Tance 1-01B (L-SAR 01B)||2022-018A||26.02.2022||Jq LC-43/94||CZ-4C|