An-Najah News -   China launched today, Tuesday its "Long March-6" rocket to send nine commercial satellites to space.

The rocket was launched from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in Shanxi, north China.

This is the 366 mission of Long March rockets.

These satellites have entered their planned orbits, including "Qilu-1" and Qilu-4"which will provide the territory of Shandong with remote-sensing services related to land surveying, urban, agriculture, forests and disaster prevention and reduction.

China will also use other satellites on board of the rocket as a test for the technologies that have to do with designing satellites pads, photographing, real-time monitoring, acquiring data to be transferred, or offering celestial objects monitoring and remote sensing services.