Uganda to Launch its First Low Earth Orbit Satellite in September

Matia Kasaija, the minister of finance, planning and economic development of Uganda has announced that the first low orbit satellite in the country will be launched in September.

Matia Kasaija, the minister of finance, planning and economic development of Uganda disclosed that the state will witness the launch of its first-ever satellite into the low Earth orbit from the International Space Station in this September.

The data from this satellite will be used for meteorology, environmental monitoring, urban planning, mineral exploration, and disaster management, among others.

Matia Kasaija, Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development, Uganda

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