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Arsat plans to launch in 2023 a satellite to be built by Invap

The so-called "Second Generation 1 (SG1)" will demand a US$ 200 million investment to be financed by credits from multilateral organizations, to which state funds will be added. This reactivates the development and production of high technology which was buried since 2015.

Arsat is defining the technical requirements and specifications of a geostationary satellite that Invap will build to occupy one of the orbits of Argentina. It is estimated that the Second Generation 1 (SG1) could be launched in 2023. It will demand a US$ 200 million investment, which will be financed by credits from multilateral organizations, to which state funds will be added. This reactivates the development and production of high technology which was buried since 2015.

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