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BEIDOU2M2
1 37763U 11038A   11208.16069111  .00000887 -85059-6  00000+0 0    38
2 37763 055.1121 217.0628 7298829 174.8406 202.6026 02.28616571    00

Period:       629.87 minutes
Inclination: 55.05°
Apogee:     35729 km
Perigee:     195 km

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1 37764U 11038B   11209.91043426  .00000250  00000-0  00000+0 0    78
2 37764 054.8820 216.8275 7280024 175.1461 201.3678 02.28431549    44

Period:       630.39 minutes
Inclination: 54.88°
Apogee:     35705 km
Perigee:     246 km



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China successfully launched a navigation satellite  into space at 5:44 a.m. Beijing Time Wednesday, as a part of its indigenous satellite navigation and positioning network known as Beidou, or Compass system.. It is the ninth spacecraft in China's indigenous satellite navigation and positioning network and the fourth in inclined geosynchronous orbit.
The orbiter, launched from the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre in southwestern Sichuan Province, was boosted by a Long March-3A carrier rocket into a geostationary orbit.

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China will launch the ninth orbiter into space in "coming days" as part of its indigenous satellite navigation and positioning network.
The "Beidou," or Compass, navigation satellite will be launched on a Long March-3A carrier rocket, said an unnamed spokesman for the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre in southwest China's Sichuan Province Monday.

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