Two new Brazilian satellites are launched by SpaceX rocket

The two new Brazilian satellites, acquired by Brazil through the Finnish company Iceye in 2020, were launched from the Cape Canaveral space base in Florida, United States, on Wednesday, May 25. The launch was broadcast live on social networks.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The satellites were acquired by the Brazilian federal government, in 2020, through the Finnish company Iceye; it was the company that contracted SpaceX to do the launch.

The two new Brazilian satellites, acquired by Brazil through the Finnish company Iceye in 2020, were launched from the Cape Canaveral space base in Florida, United States, on Wednesday, May 25. The launch was broadcast live on social networks.

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