Pakistan plans to launch another satellite into space following the success of the licube satellite

Pakistan is eagerly gearing up for its upcoming satellite launch scheduled for May 30, following the remarkable success achieved with iCUBE. The forthcoming satellite, MM1, is a joint venture between SUPARCO and the National Space Agency, aimed at revolutionizing 5G internet services nationwide to offer faster and more reliable connectivity to the populace.

Meanwhile, Pakistan’s inaugural lunar satellite, iCUBE, continues its successful orbit around the moon. Despite enduring harsh environmental conditions, including extreme temperatures, iCUBE remains operational, diligently collecting valuable data.

Among its primary objectives is the analysis of lunar crater locations and the detection of water and traces of ice on the moon’s surface. Additionally, iCUBE is transmitting high-resolution images back to Earth at a consistent rate of 1-kbps, significantly enhancing our understanding of lunar geography and composition.

The triumphant deployment and functioning of iCUBE underscore Pakistan’s burgeoning capabilities in space exploration and satellite technology. With MM1 on the cusp of launch, Pakistan is poised to further enhance its presence in space and harness satellite technology for the betterment of its citizens and the global community.

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