LandSpace, founded in 2015, will have its first commercial launch
in 2017. LandSpace’s LS-1 rocket will target the burgeoning small-satellite
The secret to LandSpace’s rapid entry to market is that the company, founded
by veterans of China’s state-owned rocket firms, will use flight-proven designs
already deployed by the Chinese government.
The presented LS-1 is a four-stage soild fuel rocket having a length of 20.7
m and a diameter of 2.0 m. The Lift-off mass is 57.4 ton. The payload capability
is 400 kg for a 500 km SSO. It seems that it is similar the
Meanwhile, the project is no longer current.