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Company withdraws from a key agreement for the development of a space plan in Uruguay

The government began a new search for those interested in occupying the space that used the Venesat 1, which ceased operations in 2020.

The Executive Branch began a new race in search of interested parties after failed an agreement that the government pursued more than two years ago to achieve an agreement that would allow it to occupy a sector of the geostationary space awarded to the country and that, at the same time, would support the incipient local space industry. A space has been empty since a satellite of the Venezuelan government fell in March 2020, which had been . . .

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