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.
Prime Minister Dung meets Japanese leaders Politics

Prime Minister Dung meets Japanese leaders

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung had a busy day in Japan on Nov. 1 as he met with several Japanese leaders before touring areas hit by the March earthquake and tsunami in Miyagi prefecture.
No Vietnamese confirmed dead in Japan quake Society

No Vietnamese confirmed dead in Japan quake

Vietnamese students and guest workers in Japan have been found safe after the biggest earth quake in Japan’s modern history and tsunami hit the northeast region on March 11.

The Tokyo-based Vietnam News Agency correspondent reported that no name of Vietnamese nationals was included in the list of 564 deaths and over 1,000 missing announced by the Japanese Police Agency on March 12. Until now, no Vietnamese in Japan was reported dead in the most devastating disaster.