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Start
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Taurus
Titan II
Titan IV
Tsiklon
Zenit

   Long March 2F - Summary
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The Long March (CZ) 2F launch vehicle is an updated man-rated version of China's Long March 2E rocket. The CZ-2F features a two-stage core vehicle, with four liquid-fueled boosters attached around the circumference of the first stage.

This CZ-2F was used to launch the unmanned spacecraft Shenzhou into orbit on November 20, 1999. Four identical strap-on first stages allow heavy payloads to be deployed.

 



 

 

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