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VRSS-1 Satellite

The China-Brazil Earth Resources Satellites

On May 26, 2011, CGWIC and Ministry of People's Power of Science and Technology and Intermediate Industries of Venezuela (MPPCTII) signed a Contract for VRSS-1 Satellite Program. The VRSS-1 satellite is manufactured on the basis of CAST 2000 satellite platform, it was successfully launched by LM-2D launch vehicle on September 29, 2012, and was delivered in orbit to Ministry of People's Power of Science and Technology and Intermediate Industries of Venezuela on February 6, 2013. VRSS-1 program is the first in-orbit delivered remote sensing satellite program contracted with the international client.

VSRR-2 Satellite

VSRR-2

The VSRR-2 is the 3rd satellite which china delivered for Venezuela, following the delivery of Venezuela's 1st Communications Satellite (Venesat-1) in 2008 and the 1st Venezuelan Remote Sensing Satellite (VSRR-1) in 2012.

China Great Wall Industry Corporation (CGWIC), as the prime contractor of VSRR-2 project, have worked with its subcontractors to complete the works of design, development, testing and in-orbit delivery of the VSRR-2, and to upgrades its ground monitoring, reception, data processing and distribution systems.

The satellite is manufactured on the basis of CAST 2000 satellite platform; it was successfully launched by LM-2D launch vehicle on October 9th 2017 from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, and was delivered in orbit to the client on March 2018.

PRSS-1 Satellite

PRSS-1 Satellite

The mission was based on the PRSS-1 Satellite System Program Contract signed between China Great Wall Industry Corporation and Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) on April 20, 2016.

The PRSS-1 satellite is based on CAST 2000 platform, and launched successfully by the LM-2C/SMA launch vehicle on July 9th, 2018. This is another significant space program between China and Pakistan after the successful in-orbit delivery of PakSat-1R Satellite, marking a step forward for China-Pakistan aerospace cooperation.