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January 23rd, 2012
CAS President BAI Chunli Inspects CEODE’s Sanya Ground Station

On 5 January 2012, CAS President BAI Chunli and Vice President YIN Hejun inspected CEODE’s satellite data receiving station in Sanya, Hainan Province. Accompanied by CEODE Director-General GUO Huadong, President BAI Chunli visited the site of the Sanya ground station and data receiving system, viewing satellite remote sensing images collected at the station and inspecting staff facilities. After listening to the working report on the construction of Sanya Station, given by CEODE Director-General GUO Huadong, President BAI Chunli had a discussion with the staff of the station. Read More