|Place of origin||Taiwan (Republic of China)|
|In service||Under development|
|Designer||Chungshan Institute of Science and Technology|
|No. built||50 (under production)|
|1,200 kilometres (750 mi)-2,000 kilometres (1,200 mi)|
Design and development
The missile was developed by the Chungshan Institute of Science and Technology and has a range of aboutf 1200-2000 kilometers. It has a ramjet engine with a solid rocket booster and capable of a speed of 1,030 m/s. It can carry a semi-armor piercing high explosive and fragmentation warhead. The missile is currently under-development and is of few assets with the Republic of China which can reach targets in north and central People's Republic of China. 
The missile is being upgrade to function as a satellite launch vehicle by National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology. This vehicle will be capable of delivering satellites between 50 and 200 kilograms at low earth orbit up of 500 k,. It is suspected that upgrade program will extend range of the missile to 2000 km from which puts Beijing within striking range.
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