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Angola accepts Russian offer to build AngoSat-2

Tuesday 24 April 2018 | 11:03 CET | News
Angola has accepted the offer of Russia's Roscosmos to build Angola's second satellite, AngoSat-2, Jornal de Angola reported, citing Minister of Telecommunications and Information Technology Jose Carvalho Da Rocha. It will take less than eighteen months to manufacture AngoSat-2, which will have better technical possibilities than the lost AngoSat-1 satellite, the minister said in an interview.

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