Argentina successfully launched a geostationary communications satellite that was built at home with local technology, a first for Latin America. The ARSAT-1, the product of seven years of work by a team of 400 specialists, launched from the launch pad at the ESA base in Kourou, French Guiana in October, 2014. Photo: ARSAT Argentina successfully launched a geostationary communications satellite that was built at home with local technology, a first for Latin America. The ARSAT-1, the product of seven years of work by a team of 400 specialists, launched from the launch pad at the ESA base in Kourou, French Guiana in October, 2014. Photo: ARSAT
Argentina successfully launched a geostationary communications satellite that was built at home with local technology, a first for Latin America. The ARSAT-1, the product of seven years of work by a team of 400 specialists, launched from the launch pad at the ESA base in Kourou, French Guiana in October, 2014. Photo: ARSAT

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Argentina successfully launched a geostationary communications satellite that was built at home with local technology, a first for Latin America. The ARSAT-1, the product of seven years of work by a team of 400 specialists, launched from the launch pad at the ESA base in Kourou, French Guiana in October, 2014. Photo: ARSAT Argentina successfully launched a geostationary communications satellite that was built at home with local technology, a first for Latin America. The ARSAT-1, the product of seven years of work by a team of 400 specialists, launched from the launch pad at the ESA base in Kourou, French Guiana in October, 2014. Photo: ARSAT
Argentina successfully launched a geostationary communications satellite that was built at home with local technology, a first for Latin America. The ARSAT-1, the product of seven years of work by a team of 400 specialists, launched from the launch pad at the ESA base in Kourou, French Guiana in October, 2014. Photo: ARSAT
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