Qian Ji (Chinese: 钱骥; 27 December 1917 – 28 August 1983) was a Chinese physicist and aerospace engineer who was instrumental in the development of China's first satellite, the Dong Fang Hong I, and its first successful 3-in-1 satellite launch, the . In 1999, he was posthumously awarded the Two Bombs, One Satellite Meritorious Medal.

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  • Qian Ji (Chinese: 钱骥; 27 December 1917 – 28 August 1983) was a Chinese physicist and aerospace engineer who was instrumental in the development of China's first satellite, the Dong Fang Hong I, and its first successful 3-in-1 satellite launch, the . In 1999, he was posthumously awarded the Two Bombs, One Satellite Meritorious Medal. (en)
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  • Qian Ji (Chinese: 钱骥; 27 December 1917 – 28 August 1983) was a Chinese physicist and aerospace engineer who was instrumental in the development of China's first satellite, the Dong Fang Hong I, and its first successful 3-in-1 satellite launch, the . In 1999, he was posthumously awarded the Two Bombs, One Satellite Meritorious Medal. (en)
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