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July 1st, 2014
Philippines to Launch Own Microsatellite in 2016

The Philippines is blasting off into the space age with the planned launching of its own microsatellite in July ,2016, with the cooperation of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) said the space venture is part of the government’s disaster risk management program. The space program has two components: the Development of the Philippines’ Earth Observation Microsatellite (DIWATA), with a budget allocation of P800 million; and the Philippine Earth Data Resources and Observation Center (PEDRO), with a budget of P600 million, DOST Secretary Mario Montejo said. Read More