No, several days ago it's the Gaofen-11/03. This time it's the Gaofen-3/02.
Gaofen-3/01 was launched Aug 9,2016 by another CZ-4C.
08/09/16 CZ-4C Gaofen 3 2.95 TY 9 LEO/S
Very interesting badge: tailored for ocean observations. Also the LPD...
It's a quite open project, listed in the top national science and tech R&D plan 2006-2020. The detailed plan for these satelittes and launching and so on was approved in 2010 by the state council. There are gaofen 1-14. The 14 satelittes/satelitte groups are all optics or SAR(you can treat it as a very long wavelength optics), mostly SSO, a few GSO. They form an integrated observe system, not one is more advanced than another. Of course some must be much more expensive than others, like the 5ton GSO thing.
I think each gaofen-xx is one type of military reconnaissance satellite system, so there were gaofen-xx 01, 02, 03, ...
China is developing a powerful nuclear reactor for its moon and Mars missions, according to researchers involved in the project.
The reactor can generate one megawatt of electric power, 100 times more powerful than a similar device Nasa plans to put on the surface of the moon by 2030.
Although technical details and the launch date were not revealed, the engineering design of a prototype machine was completed recently and some critical components have been built
As usual SCMP follows the western formula of China reporting putting something like this in the headline and at the end of the article.