On November 16, the Ministry of Natural Resources of China organized an on-orbit delivery ceremony in Beijing, and the 5-meter optical operational satellite was officially delivered to the Ministry of Natural Resources of China.
At 13:40 on September 21 2020, China used the Long March 4B carrier rocket at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center successfully launch the Haiyang-2 C satellite of which management and comprehensive development was led by The Fifth Research Institute of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation LTD into the air.
the China Meteorological Administration has set up a pre-research and development plans, and formulated the "2020-2021 Fengyun Satellite Application Advanced Plan" and "The Fengyun Satellite Application Advanced Plan for Project Management Measures"
On August 23, the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center used the Long March 2D carrier rocket and successfully launched the fifth Gaofen-9 satellite into the scheduled orbit.
One of the planned satellites is called Fengyun-3E (FY-3E). It will be the fifth member of the country's Fengyun-3 series of satellites in polar orbit and the world's first meteorological satellite in dawn-dusk orbit.