The Sino-French astronomical satellite will be launched in June this year to carry out detection work such as gamma ray bursts

    The reporter learned from the Microsatellite Innovation Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences that the Sino-French astronomical satellite jointly developed by China and France will be launched in June this year. At present, the development and environmental testing of the satellite have been completed, and experts from China and France have conducted a factory review of the satellite. After the satellite is launched, it will carry out work such as detecting gamma ray bursts in the universe, studying the evolution of the universe and dark energy.


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