Vietnam’s NanoDragon satellite yet to enter orbit as scheduled Videos

Vietnam’s NanoDragon satellite yet to enter orbit as scheduled

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency has cancelled the launch of its Epsilon 5 rocket, expected to carry Vietnam’s NanoDragon satellite and eight others into the outer space, on October 1, possibly due to technical problems. JAXA said it would announce the cause of the cancellation and a new launch schedule later.
Vietnam’s aerospace sector to launch new satellite Videos

Vietnam’s aerospace sector to launch new satellite

Vietnam’s aerospace sector has made substantial progress in recent times, with the NanoDragon satellite, developed by the Vietnam National Space Centre, being transported to Japan ahead of its planned launch before March 2022.
Bad weather delays Vietnam’s satellite launch by one day Sci-Tech

Bad weather delays Vietnam’s satellite launch by one day

The made-in-Vietnam earth observation satellite MicroDragon will be launched into orbit by an Epsilon-4 rocket from the Uchinoura Space Centre in Japan’s Kagoshima Prefecture at 7:50am on January 18 (Hanoi time), one day later than scheduled due to unfavourable weather.
Made-in-Vietnam satellite to enter space next week Sci-Tech

Made-in-Vietnam satellite to enter space next week

MicroDragon, a made-in-Vietnam earth observation satellite, will be launched into orbit by an Epsilon-4 rocket from the Uchinoura Space Centre in Japan’s Kagoshima Prefecture at 7:50 of January 17 (Hanoi time), the Vietnam National Space Centre (VNSC) announced on January 9.
Vietnam to develop its own satellite Sci-Tech

Vietnam to develop its own satellite

Vietnam is working to develop its own earth observation satellite, which will help the country manage natural resources and mitigate the impacts of climate change and natural disasters, a conference heard on October 18.