Chinese automaker Geely has launched nine low-orbit satellites into orbit
Chinese automaker Geely has launched nine low-orbit satellites into orbit. aim
company is to create an orbitalconstellations of satellites to deploy autonomous vehicle navigation. GeeSAT-1 satellites are the company's own development, they were launched from the Xichang cosmodrome in Sichuan province. Geely announced its intention to increase the number of satellites to 240, and by 2025 to ensure the launch of another 63 satellites into orbit. The presence of a low-orbit satellite constellation will allow the company to provide navigation with higher accuracy than using existing navigation systems. According to the statement, the launched satellites have a service life of five years and at the end of it they will burn up in the atmosphere, leaving no space debris.