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Long March 4A
Long March 4A
FunctionCarrier rocket
Country of originChina
Height41.9 metres (137 ft)[1]
Diameter3.35 metres (11.0 ft)[1]
Mass249,000 kilograms (549,000 lb)[1]
Payload to LEO
Mass4,000 kilograms (8,800 lb)[2]
Payload to SSO
Mass1,500 kilograms (3,300 lb)[2]
Associated rockets
FamilyLong March
DerivativesLong March 4B
Launch history
Launch sitesLA-7, TSLC
Total launches2
First flight6 September 1988
Last flight3 September 1990

The Long March 4A (Chinese: 长征四号甲火箭), also known as the Changzheng 4A, CZ-4A and LM-4A, sometimes misidentified as the Long March 4 due to the lack of any such designated rocket, was a Chinese orbital carrier rocket. It was launched from Launch Area 7 at the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center. It was a three-stage rocket, used for two launches in 1988 and 1990. On its maiden flight, on 6 September 1988, it placed the FY-1A weather satellite into orbit. On its second, and final, flight it launched another weather satellite, FY-1B.

It was replaced by a derivative, the Long March 4B, which first flew in 1999. The Long March 4B offers a more powerful third stage, and a larger payload fairing.

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List of launches

Flight No. Date (UTC) Launch site Payload Orbit Result
1 September 6, 1988
LA-7, TSLC Fengyun 1A SSO Success
2 September 3, 1990
LA-7, TSLC Fengyun 1B SSO Success


  1. ^ a b c Mark Wade. "CZ-4A". Encyclopedia Astronautica. Archived from the original on 2008-02-26. Retrieved 2008-04-27.
  2. ^ a b Gunter Krebs. "CZ-4 (Chang Zheng-4)". Gunter's Space Page. Retrieved 2008-04-27.

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