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Fri November 16, 2018 | 23:14
Bahrain plans to launch the first satellite by the end of 2020, said the chief executive of the National Agency for Space Science Bahrain (NSSA), Dr. Mohammed Ibrahim Al-Asiri.
Bahrain plans to launch its first satellite by the end of 2020, said Sputnik, chief executive of the National Agency for Space Science of Bahrain (NSSA), dr. Mohammed Ibrahim Al-Asiri on "Sputnik" (November 16, 2018). Friday.
"We expect that our first nanoscale will be launched by the end of 2020. It will be a small satellite CubeSat, designed to study the environment.
Nanosatelit will transmit data on weather forecasts and data on emissions of harmful substances into the atmosphere in Bahrain, "said Al Asiri on the BIAS-2018 flight championships.
He noted that Bahrain was currently focusing on the development of small satellites, but is expected to expect in the future that it will become larger for national needs in the future.
Al Asiri also pointed out that Bahrain wanted to set up three satellites in less than ten years.