Luanda - The Angolan State Secretary for Information Technology, Manuel Homem said after participating in the Council of Ministers meeting that Angosat-1 satellite has made its normal trajectory and is in orbit for which it was planned ... we have the satellite under control.
Luanda - Angola became the seventh African country to have its own satellite in the orbit, dubbed Angosat1, which was launched last Tuesday in Kazakhstan.
Luanda - The director for institutional relations of the mobile phone company Unitel, Humberto Mbote, has expressed his optimism about the benefits of the country's first satellite, dubbed Angosat-1, but stressed that for communication costs to reduce there has to be full electrification of the country and security measures.
Luanda - The launching of Angolan satellite on December this year will make the national companies services more competitive compared to those provided by their foreign counterparts.
Luanda - The minister of Telecommunications and Information Technologies, José Carvalho da Rocha, said last Monday in Luanda that the launching into orbit of the first Angolan Satellite (Angosat-1) is now at the stage of its integration into the launching mechanism.
Luanda - Angosat will allow broadening of internet access to rural areas, reaching all corners of the country, said Monday in Luanda, the chairperson of Angolacables António Nunes.
Luanda - The launch of the first Angolan satellite "Angosat 1" will offer many benefits, both economically and job creation.
Luanda - At least 47 Angolan aerospace engineers, trained in Argentina, China, Brazil, Japan and Russia, guarantee the functioning of “Angosat1”, Angolan satellite to go soon into orbit.