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Angola uses third of Angosat-1 compensation capacity

Tuesday 25 September 2018 | 10:57 CET | News
Angola has started using one third of Angosat-1's capacity since April of this year under the compensation scheme established with Russia side, said the director of the Management Office of the National Space Program (GGPEN), Zolana Joao, reports Angop. Angola is getting compensation capacity through signals from two satellites, the AM7 (C-band) and the E3B (Ku-band). This follows the failure of Angosat-1, which is in orbit but which is not operating effectively.

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