China launches first space-based IOT constellation

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    On May 12th, 2020. China launched its first two space-based IOT constellation satellites, the “Xing Yun Project.” Two Chinese satellites, named Xing Yun 01 and Xing Yun 02, will be working in a sun-synchronous orbit, and will carry out a series of technology and application tests.

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