At least 14 more meteorological satellites will be launched by China into orbit by 2025, officials said at a science conference on Monday.
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China plans to launch one Fengyun-II satellite, four Fengyun-IIIs, three Fengyun-IVs and another six for multiple meteorological purposes, Xinhua quoted an official of the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense, as saying.
Fengyun satellites are a series of remote-sensing meteorological satellites developed by China. The Fengyun series is an important part of the earth observation satellite system.
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China has launched 14 Fengyun satellites since 1988, with seven still in orbit as part of the World Meteorological Organisation network.