The test went for just over a minute and was the second hot fire test of the second stage for its launch vehicle, and included a separation test of the first and second stage.
The company is aiming to carry out its maiden launch of the solid propellant vehicle 'Ceres-1' in March next year, and is currently advertising nearly 80 kilograms of payload space for its first mission.
A main satellite and two smaller payloads are currently booked for the planned launch from Jiuquan, one of four national launch centres in China, and will contain a launcher consisting of three solid stages with a liquid upper stage, and has been compared to the 'Kuaizhou-1a', a separate Chinese rocket.
That vehicle is developed by Chinese defence contractor CASIC.
Galactic Energy was established in February last year, and is also making progress on an an RP-1/liquid oxygen launch vehicle named 'Pallas-1', which will reportedly be capable of launching four tonnes to low-Earth orbit or two tons to sun synchronous orbit.
That particular vehicle is not anticipated to have a test flight before 2022.
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