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NASA to launch first all-Mexican AzTechSat-1 satellite to ISS

Puebla - SpaceX postponed the launch of a Dragon cargo ship filled with NASA supplies Wednesday due to high winds in the upper atmosphere, as well as at sea. This means a student-built nanosatellite will he heading to the International Space Station tomorrow.
 

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Jose Cortez of NASA Ames (left) and Joel Contreras of UPAEP (right)  conduct final integration of Az...
Jose Cortez of NASA Ames (left) and Joel Contreras of UPAEP (right), conduct final integration of AzTechSat-1 into the Nanoracks CubeSat Deployer (NRCSD) in preparation for launch to the International Space Station.
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The AzTechSat-1 is a CubeSat class nanosatellite managed  designed and built by an interdisciplinary...
The AzTechSat-1 is a CubeSat class nanosatellite managed, designed and built by an interdisciplinary team of engineering students and other areas of the Popular Autonomous University of the State of Puebla (UPAEP).
Popular Autonomous University of the State of Puebla

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