For the first time in history, China will open access to data from its satellites

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An international portal will be launched for this purpose.

China’s remote sensing program, like many other space programs, is closed, but that will soon change. At the conference of users of weather satellites of the FengYun series (“Fengyun”), the weather agency of the People’s Republic of China and the space agency of the People’s Republic of China announced the creation of an international portal for access to remote sensing data.

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For the first time in history, China will open access to data from its satellites

It is not yet clear how access will be provided, but in theory, anyone will be able to request images or data from Chinese satellites. At the moment, the FengYun orbital constellation has nine spacecraft (four geostationary satellites and five low-orbit), but it will expand (expansion is planned to 14 spacecraft by 2026).

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