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Japan successfully launches new surveillance satellite into orbit – MHI Launch Services

Japan successfully launches new surveillance satellite into orbit – MHI Launch Services

Japan’s aerospace exploration agency JAXA successfully launched an H-IIA launch vehicle on Thursday to put the new IGS-Radar 7 reconnaissance satellite into orbit, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Launch Services said.

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“Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) launched H-IIA No. 46 launch vehicle at 10:50 a.m. [a.m. local time, 01:50 GMT] January 26, 2023 JST from Tanegashima Space Center,” MHI Launch Services tweeted. According to the company, the satellite has already successfully separated from the rocket. IGS-Radar 7 is a new reconnaissance satellite developed by Mitsubishi Electric The satellite is part of the Japanese government’s Information Gathering Satellite (IGS) reconnaissance satellite launch program, the main objective of which is to ensure the country’s independence in obtaining satellite information. has several optical and radar reconnaissance satellites orbiting the Earth, including military targets, during the day, and radar satellites monitor the Earth’s surface at night or in conditions of poor visibility.

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TOKYO (Sputnik) – Japan’s aerospace exploration agency JAXA successfully launched an H-IIA launch vehicle on Thursday to put the new IGS-Radar 7 reconnaissance satellite into orbit, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Launch Services said.

“Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) launched H-IIA No. 46 launch vehicle at 10:50 a.m. [a.m. local time, 01:50 GMT] Jan 26, 2023 JST from Tanegashima Space Center,” MHI Launch Services tweeted.

According to the company, the satellite has already successfully separated from the rocket.

IGS-Radar 7 is a new reconnaissance satellite developed by Mitsubishi Electric. The satellite is part of the Japanese government’s Information Gathering Satellite (IGS) reconnaissance satellite launch program, the main objective of which is to ensure the country’s independence in obtaining satellite information.

Currently, Japan has several optical reconnaissance and radar satellites in orbit. Optical satellites monitor the Earth, including military targets, during the day and radar satellites monitor the Earth’s surface at night or in poor visibility conditions.

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