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Feng Bao 1

Feng Bao 1
Function Carrier rocket
Country of origin  China
Size
Height 33 metres (108 ft)
Diameter 3.35 metres (11.0 ft)
Mass 191,700 kilograms (422,600 lb)
Stages Two
Capacity
Payload to
LEO
2,500 kilograms (5,500 lb)
Launch history
Status Retired
Launch sites Jiuquan LA-2B
Total launches 11
Successes 7
Failures 4
First flight 10 August 1972
Last flight 19 September 1979
Notable payloads JSSW
First Stage
Engines 4 YF-20A
Thrust 3,000 kilonewtons (670,000 lbf)
Specific impulse 289 sec
Burn time 128 seconds
Fuel N2O4/UDMH
Second Stage
Engines 1 YF-22
4 YF-23
Thrust 761.9 kilonewtons (171,300 lbf)
Specific impulse 295 sec
Burn time 127 seconds
Fuel N2O4/UDMH

The Feng Bao 1 (Chinese: 风暴, meaning Storm), also known as FB-1, was a Chinese carrier rocket launched between 1972 and 1981. It was replaced by the nearly identical Long March 2, which had been developed at the same time for political reasons related to China's Cultural Revolution.[1]

The Feng Bao was derived from the DF-5 missile. Eleven were launched, of which four failed.[2] Launches occurred from LA-2B at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre.

Launch history

Date/Time (GMT) S/N Payload Outcome Remarks
10 August 1972
00:32[3]
701-02 Shiyan Peizhong Successful Suborbital test, apogee: 200 kilometres
18 September 1973
12:12[3]
701-03 JSSW-1 Failure
12 July 1974
13:55[3]
701-04 JSSW-2 Failure Loss of attitude control[1]
26 July 1975
13:28[1]
701-05 JSSW-3 Successful
16 December 1975
09:19[1]
701-06 JSSW-4 Successful
30 August 1976
11:53[1]
701-07 JSSW-5 Successful
10 November 1976
09:05[3]
701-08 JSSW-6 Failure
14 September 1977
00:15[3]
701(II)-01 DDDS Successful Suborbital test, apogee: 200 kilometres
16 April 1978
16:39[3]
701(II)-02 DDDS Successful Suborbital test, apogee: 200 kilometres
27 July 1979
21:28[3]
XCZ-1-02 Shi Jian 1 Failure Second stage malfunction
19 September 1981
21:28:40[3]
XCZ-1-02 Shi Jian 2 Successful Payload consisted of three satellites

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e Wade, Mark. "CZ". Encyclopedia Astronautica. Retrieved 2009-01-25. 
  2. ^ Krebs, Gunter. "FB-1 (Feng Bao-1)". Gunter's Space Page. Retrieved 2009-01-25. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h McDowell, Jonathan. "DF-5". Launch vehicles database. Jonathan's Space Page. Retrieved 2009-01-25. 
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