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Qilu 4

Foshan 1 or Qilu 4 []

Qilu 4 is an optical earth observation satellite which mainly serves remote sensing industry users mainly in Shandong Province.

The Qilu 4 satellite is an optical remote sensing satellite with a high-resolution panchromatic camera mounted on the satellite. It is mainly used to obtain the needs of various industries such as Shandong Province's land, urban construction planning, agriculture, forestry, energy, disaster prevention and mitigation, etc. High-resolution satellite remote sensing images. It is a sister satellite to Foshan 1, with both satellites capable to operate jointly for stereo imaging.

Qilu 4 was launched in April 2021 as a co-passenger on a CZ-6 rocket.

Nation: China
Type / Application: Earth observation
Operator: Shandong Industrial Technology Research Institute
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Propulsion:
Power: Solar arrays, batteries
Lifetime: 3 years
Mass: ~100 kg
Orbit:
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
Qilu 4 2021-033 27.04.2021 TY LC-16 CZ-6 with Qilu 1, Foshan 1, Hangsheng 1, Tianqi 9, NEO 1, Taijing-2 01, Jinzijing 1-01, Jinzijing 1-02
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