Argentine satellite Saocom will be launched this Friday after 17 years of work

Next Friday, the Argentine Microwave Observation Satellite (Saocom) 1B will be launched from the Cape Canaveral Space Center, United States. The development of the Saocom Mission demanded 17 years of work, more than 80 technological companies and about 800 specialists in different branches of engineering, physics, mathematics and computer science participated. The satellite will obtain and broadcast perfect quality images and information about the soil water levels, which is essential for agriculture, and will also provide information about the presence of ships in areas under Argentine jurisdiction.

Source: Ámbito