Launch buoys China’s reputation

BEIJING: China fired a scientific satellite developed with Brazil into orbit yesterday in its first space launch since its debut manned flight last week, the government said. 

A Long March 4-B rocket carrying the Resources No. 1 satellite and a smaller Chinese scientific satellite blasted off from a base in Taiyuan, the official Xinhua News Agency said. 

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