Suparco Plans To Launch The PAKSAT Satellite On The 30th

May 24, 2024Zayn0

The multi-mission communication satellite PAKSAT MM1 will be launched on May 30 from the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre in China, according to a Tuesday announcement made by the Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (Suparco).

Technological Cooperation Between China And Pakistan

Suparco supplied information that PAKSAT MM1 was designed with the nation’s expanding needs for connection and a wide range of communication in mind. Suparco stated in a statement, “This satellite project is the hallmark of technological cooperation between China and Pakistan.”

PAKSAT MM1

PAKSAT MM1, which is based on cutting-edge communication technology, will be essential to the nation’s socioeconomic development. According to Suparco, “It will prove to be a stepping-stone in the country’s transformation into digital Pakistan.”

Inaugural Ceremony 

The inaugural ceremony would be broadcast live from Suparco’s locations in Islamabad and Karachi.

Resources in Space 

Suparco stated that for the country to advance and thrive, it was critical to acknowledge the priceless role that satellite technology had in determining the destiny of the country.

Advantages Offered By PAKSAT Satellite

Even while some could argue that spending money on satellites was unnecessary, it was important to recognize the numerous advantages they offered Pakistan and its citizens.   It stated that the nation might draw in investment, produce high-tech jobs, and foster creativity by investing in satellite infrastructure, all of which would promote overall economic development.

The statement read, “The long-term benefits of satellite development far outweigh the investment, even though the upfront costs may seem daunting.”

Chinese Long March 2E rocket

According to the report, the commission created and built Badr-A, which was launched on July 16, 1990, using a Chinese Long March 2E rocket.

First Ever Satellite To Launch

It was the first satellite to be designed and launched in Pakistan. The primary purposes of the low earth orbit (LEO) satellite were scientific study and technology demonstration.

It stated that Badr-B, the nation’s second satellite created domestically, was launched on December 10, 2001, from Kazakhstan’s Baikonur Cosmodrome on a Zenit-2 rocket. It contained cutting-edge equipment for digital communications, environmental monitoring, and earth observation. The space agency stated that Pakistan operated PAKSAT-1, a geostationary communications satellite.

Conclusion

China-Pakistan technological collaboration is demonstrated by Suparco’s May 30 launch of the PAKSAT MM1 satellite in China, which aims to improve Pakistan’s digital transformation and connectivity by utilizing cutting-edge satellite technology.

 

 

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