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    China completes test of reusable sub-orbital vehicle

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    BEIJING, Aug. 26 (Xinhua) — China on Friday successfully completed the test of a reusable, self-developed sub-orbital vehicle.

    The vehicle was launched “vertically” from the satellite launch center of Jiuquan in the northwest of the country, according to the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, the developer of the vehicle. The vehicle was removed after inspection and maintenance. This was its second launch.The vehicle then performed the suborbital flight in accordance with established procedure and landed “stably and horizontally” at Alxa Right Banner Airport.This is of the first successful reusable flight of a suborbital vehicle in China.

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