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Angosat-1 satellite re-establishes contact with earth station

Friday 29 December 2017 | 09:12 CET | News
The Angolan satellite Angosat-1 has reestablished communication with the earth station, hours after it lost contact, as Secretary of State for Telecommunications and Information Technology Manuel Homem told Angop. He said that such situations are normal once a satellite has migrated to a new environment where adaptation anomalies may occur. According to Roskosmos, Russia's State Space Activities Corporation, the rocket put the satellite into orbit as planned.

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