Launch of Tunisia’s first satellite postponed to 22 March

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Tunisia’s first satellite (Challenge ONE) owned by TELNET scheduled to be launched on 20 March 2021 by Glavkosmos (GK) Launch Services onboard Soyuz 2 from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan has now been postponed to 22 March 2021 due to bad weather.

The launch will also carry the SIMBA (System for Improving Monitoring of the Behavior of Wild Animals) satellite designed to track wild animals around the Kenyan National Parks.

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