China Space Industry Development Analysis

 Published On: Aug, 2014 |    No of Pages: 113 |  Published By: KuicK Research | Format: PDF
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The space Industry today plays an important role in China’s comprehensive development strategy. The space sector enjoys a special status and its contribution and performance cannot be judged by macroeconomic and other aggregate national level indicators. China’s investment in space in the last 2-3 decades have focused on capabilities that directly serve economic goals, aid development and have potential for contribution to economic development. However economic development was not the chief factor guiding the civil space program initially. The government’s focus on civil space industry has not been consistent with developmental priorities since 1992 when the human spaceflight program was started. Space technology related to specific applications such as telecommunications satellites and remote - sensing satellites for resource management and weather monitoring can generate direct and visible contributions to economic development.

Apart from the main space programs, the Chinese space industry is looking at further commercializing its space initiatives including the export of satellite components, to Western markets. The space industry is also likely to look at expanding into export sectors outside space for high-technology sectors such as clean energy products, solar panels etc.

While the government and space agencies are promoting commercial space ventures in China, the participation of Chinese enterprises in international commercial activities in the space field is encouraged and opening up new commercial vistas. China is a major player in satellite exports and has exported whole satellites and made in-orbit delivery of communications satellites to Nigeria, Venezuela and others. The country has also provided commercial launch services for the Palapa-D satellite of Indonesia and the W3C satellite of Eutelsat. Besides these China has signed export contracts with Bolivia, Laos, Belarus and other countries for its commercial satellite and ground system.

China’s space program objective is to build a permanent space station by 2020 and from there send an astronaut to the moon in the next few years. China is now attempting to promote a narrative of the country being a rising global power in space technology. Its plan in this regard includes launching freighters and manned-vessels in the next 5-6 years, conducting major research on black holes, forecasting environmental disasters, and other space operations. In recent years China’s space exploration program has seen significant advances with its ambition to land a lunar rover on the moon. For China its forays into space is an important part of its continuing development, and the country has some ambitious plans along those lines.

“China Space Industry Development Analysis” Report Highlights:

• Civil & Military Space Industry Emerging Trends
• Space Industry Formal Plan
• Space Industry Capabilities Analysis
• Launch Vehicles, Satellite Launch & Monitoring Centers
• Space Laboratory Module: Tiangong Space Station
• Ongoing & Future Projects
• Government Initiatives & Budgetary Support
• Space Industry Technologies & Trends

1. China Space Industry Overview
1.1 Civil Space Industry
1.2 Military Space Industry

2. China Space Industry Programme

3. China Space Industry Capabilities Analysis
3.1 Launch Vehicles: Technical Specifications & Launch Schedule
3.1.1 Long March Rockets (Long March 1 till Long March 7)
3.2 Satellites
3.3 Satellite Launch Centers
3.3.1 Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center
3.3.2 Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center
3.3.3 Xichang Satellite Launch Center
3.3.4 Wenchang Satellite Launch Center
3.4 Monitoring & Control Centres
3.5 Space Exploration
3.6 Manned Mission

4. Ongoing initiatives and Future Space Projects Scenario
4.1 Ongoing Initiatives
4.2 Project Roadmap

5. China Space Laboratory Module: Tiangong Space Station

6. China Space Industry Growth & Trends
6.1 Civil Space Industry Growth & Forecast
6.2 Military Space Industry
6.3 China Commercial Satellite & Launch Vehicle Market

7. Space Industry Technologies & Trends
7.1 Civil Space Technologies & Approaches
7.2 Military Space Technologies
7.3 M&A and Partnership Activities

8. Government Policy Initiatives & Budgetary Support
8.1 Space Policy
8.2 Budget for Space Programs
8.3 Budget Trends
8.4 Application Areas of Civil & Defense Programs

9. Chinese Space Industry Future Outlook

10. Competitive Landscape
10.1 China Aerospace Corporation
10.2 China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology
10.3 China Academy of Space Technology
10.4 Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology
10.5 China Academy of Space Electronics Technology
10.6 China Jiangnan Space Industry Company Group
10.7 Sanjiang Space Group
10.8 China Great Wall Industry Corporation
10.9 China Satellite Launch and TT&C General

List of Figures

Figure 3-1: China Space Launch, 2012 & 2013
Figure 3-2: China v/s Global Orbital Launch, 2013
Figure 3-3: China Orbital Launch by Rocket Type, 2013
Figure 3-4: China Orbital Launch by Launch Vehicle Type, 2013
Figure 3-5: China Successful & Failure Orbital Launch, 2013
Figure 3-6: China Space Launch by Orbit Type, 2013
Figure 3-7: China Among Top 10 Space Launch Site, 2013
Figure 3-8: Number of Satellites Operated by China v/s US & Russia
Figure 3-9: Number of Satellites Operated by China, 2013 & 2020
Figure 3-10: China Investment in Manned Space Program (US$ Billion), 1992-2005 & 2006-2012
Figure 6-1: Global Expenditure on Civil Space Programs (US$ Million), 2013
Figure 8-1: China Science & Technology Spending (% of GDP), 2012 & 2015
Figure 8-2: China To Surpass US & Europe in Science & Technology Spending (% of GDP)

List of Tables

Table 3-1: Launch Vehicle Type & Payload Capacity
Table 3-2: Long March 1 Launch Vehicle Technical Specification
Table 3-3: Long March 1D Launch Vehicle Technical Specification
Table 3-4: Long March 2C Launch Vehicle Schedule
Table 3-5: Long March 2D Launch Vehicle Technical Specification
Table 3-6: Long March 2D Launch Vehicle Schedule
Table 3-7: Long March 2F Launch Vehicle Schedule
Table 3-8: Long March 3 Rocket Flight by Payload & Orbit
Table 3-9: Long March 3A Launch Vehicle Technical Specification
Table 3-10: Long March 3A Launch Vehicle Schedule
Table 3-11: Long March 3B Launch Vehicle Technical Specification
Table 3-12: Long March 3B Launch Vehicle Schedule
Table 3-13: Long March 3C Launch Vehicle Technical Specification
Table 3-14: Long March 3C Launch Vehicle Schedule
Table 3-15: China Satellite Multiple Launch Vehicle Technical Classification
Table 3-16: China satellite Launches in 2012
Table 3-17: China satellite Launches in 2013
Table 3-18: China satellite Launches in 2014
Table 4-1: China Space Launch Project Roadmap

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