On 14 April, Kenya’s first 3U satellite landed in space after deployment from North America. It was the culmination of a two-year journey during which the mission was developed by Kenyan engineers supported by Bulgaria’s Endurosat AD aerospace manufacturer.
“We are […] investing in a small satellite that will have meaning in our agriculture, our natural resources management,” said Director General Hillary Kipkosgei at KSA days before the launch.
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