GhanaSat 1 to be launched in Japan tomorrow

The trio from left: Ernest Teye Matey, Benjamin Bonsu and Joseph Quansah
All Nation University’s giant steps towards putting Ghana in the ‘League of Nations’ exploring space technology will attract global attention on Thursday as the country’s first satellite, GhanaSat 1, developed by Ghanaian students is set to be launched into space.
The satellite will first be launched to the International Space Station by Space X CRS-11 Cargo Mission and later deployed by a Japanese astronaut aboard the International Space Station.


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