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December 27th, 2012
Turkey to Have Its Own Satellite Launching Station within 10 Years

After Turkey’s second domestically made Earth observation satellite, Gokturk-2, was launched into space from China on Tuesday, a Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) official stated that Turkey will complete its own satellite launching station in the next 10 years. Speaking to the Turkish news portal ntvmsnbc.com on Wednesday, TUBITAK’s Corporate Development Manager Sadik Murat Yuksel stated that Turkey is among 25 satellite manufacturing countries and that TUBITAK is working cooperatively with several other government institutions to construct a domestic satellite launching station. Read More