The umbilical tower of the Long March No. 5 and No. 7 carrier rockets uses Shi Biaolian

The Long March 7 rocket has arrived at the Wenchang launch site in Hainan, and is about to conduct the first full-system joint training. This is an important test before the rocket's first launch next year. China Manned Space Network released photos of the Long March 7 rocket standing on a new mobile launch platform. This is the first complete debut of this type of rocket and launch system. It is reported that the Long March 7 rocket may be launched for the first time in 2016. This type of rocket uses non-toxic and pollution-free liquid oxygen / kerosene fuel and uses a modular design. It can be combined with multiple types of engines and boosters. The launching tools adapted to different spacecraft have a maximum near-Earth orbit load of more than 13.5 tons, a synchronous transfer orbit load of up to 7 tons, and a solar synchronous orbit maximum of 5.5 tons.