Auto Credit Based on 3DExplorer's China Long March 2E

Long March 2 was the original model in the Long March 2 rocket family, which was derived from China's first ICBM, the DF-5. The development work began in 1970. The first rocket was launched on November 5, 1974, but the launch failed. After the failed first launch of Long March 2, its design was slightly modified and designated as Long March 2A. Long March 2A was successfully launched in 1975. The production of the Long March 2A ended in 1979.

The FSW-0 was the first generation of China's returnable satellites. Its primary use was for the inspection of national land and natural resources. First-generation FSW-0 satellites all carried prism-scan panoramic cameras. The FSW-0 did not have a complete orbit control system, so its decay or attenuation of orbit was quick, and it had a relatively short orbital duration. Its landing or return location accuracy was also relatively low.


  • Predecessor: China Long March 2E
  • Created On: Android
  • Game Version: 0.9.404.0
  • Price: $22,500k
  • Number of Parts: 147
  • Dimensions: 33 m x 3 m x 3 m


  • Total Delta V: 5.2km/s
  • Total Thrust: 5.3MN
  • Engines: 18
  • Wet Mass: 1.21E+5kg
  • Dry Mass: 35,850kg


Stage Engines Delta V Thrust Burn Mass
1 12 2.3km/s 4.0MN 49s 1.21E+5kg
2 5 2.7km/s 1.1MN 42s 26,429kg
5 1 158m/s 172kN 1s 1,063kg

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