At 0158 GMT on 10 December three Yaogan 39-05 reconnaissance satellites related to signals intelligence (Yaogan 39-05-A, -B and -C) were launched on a Long March 2D/2 (CZ-2D/2) rocket launched from Xichang in China. China has never formally admitted to launching satellites with a military use but these are thought to be military.
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