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China Officially Launches Algeria’s First Communication Satellite

China launched Algeria’s first correspondence satellite, Alcomsat-1, into a preset circle from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in the southwestern territory of Sichuan early Monday.

The satellite was the primary cooperative project in aeronautic industry between the two nations. It will be utilized by Algeria for communicate and TV, crisis correspondence, separate training, e-governance, venture communication, broadband access and satellite-based route.


The satellite was launched 40 minutes after midnight by a Chinese Long March-3B carrier rocket, making it the 258th flight mission for the Long March rocket family.


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