Tianzhi 1 
Tianzhi 1 is a experimental Chinese satellite developed jointly by a number of institutes under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and the China Academy of Space Technology (CAST) as a test satellite to be used to verify the key technologies of software-defined satellites.
The satellite has a mass of 27 kg according to China News Service (Chinese), with payloads including a small cloud computing platform and a camera.
Tianzhi 1 was launched in 2018 on a CZ-2D (2) rocket. Tianzhi-2 was expected to launch in the second half of 2019 but has been delayed.
|Type / Application:||Technology|
|Tianzhi 1||2018-094A||19.11.2018||Jq LC-43/94||CZ-2D (2)||with Shiyan 6-01, Jiading 1, Tianping 1A, Tianping 1B|
|Tianzhi 2||-||202x||with ?|