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Thursday, October 29, 2020

VENG prepares VLE for 2024, the first milestone on a promising path for local industry launchers

The firm is the executing arm of the CONAE (Argentine National Commission for Space Activities). The design and manufacture is divided into three parts: flight segment, ground, and operations services. Each stage has a life cycle, which begins with the study of concepts, followed by assembly, integration and testing. Meanwhile, a private venture, run by LIA Aerospace, is advancing to launch low-orbit satellites.

The acronym "VENG" refers to "New Generation Space Vehicle, in Spanish". This state company, controlled by the CONAE (National Commission for Space Activities), is its executing arm for initiatives such as the Saocom 1A and 1B observation satellites (the latter launched at the end of August by Space X from Cape Canaveral) and the various technology of launchers developed in recent years. The first milestone with satellite capacity will be the VLE, ??around 2024, and the Tronador III, two years later.

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