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Morocco launches its first nanosatellite in space

The British Foundation (KSF Space) announced the successful launch of three small CubeSat/Nano-satellite from Poland.

The mission was carried out safely as part of the cooperation between a group of universities from India, Poland, the United Kingdom and Morocco.

The goal of the Moroccan nanosatellite is to monitor climate change in several regions of the world, especially the Mediterranean.

On its website, KSF Space, said that this research project was developed by students of the UPF (Private University of Fez), the Center for Space Research and Astronomy in Poland, the University of Madras MIT in India and the NEP program.

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