Pakistan acquired its first remote satellite control
Pakistan has already acquired the first remote satellite built-in satellite space. It is clear that Pakistan was sent on September 9 in satellite space called Pakistan Remote Sensing Satellite (PRSS) One and Pakistan Technology Evolution Satellite (Pak Tennis One A). The two satellite satellite stations were launched from the country’s Cukunan Space Center, China. After the launch of the satellite, the test was successful in his orbit, after which he has been fully active. Pakistani built-in satellite space next month
I am going to be given control of PRSS and Pure Tennis One A tower in the Ground Control Control Center to hand over Pakistan. President Malik Malik, who attended the special ceremony, appreciated the efforts of Sparrow scientists and engineers after getting a great deal in the space technology. Addressing the occasion on the 72th day Independence Day of Pakistan, the President expressed his hope that the launch of the satellite and its functioning would increase confidence in the engineers and technical staff. He also said that with the help of satellite, the social and economic development of Pakistan will improve. However, it is remarkable here that Pakistan has joined some of the world’s countries who have Remote Sensing Satellite in space. It is believed that with the help of this satellite known as Remote Sensing Satellite (RSS), many landscapes of the earth can be reviewed and mineral deposits are also estimated. With satellite sensitivity in satellite satellite, it will also be helpful in reviewing seasonal changes, which will include melting glaciers, greenhouse gas emissions, forestry fire and agriculture and forests Solving problems also includes. However, in addition to the tasks, the satellite is capable of performing more active and inactive activities. It is believed that the technology for direction of satellite was acquired from China in 2012.