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A Japanese group of researchers has suggested a roadmap on using small satellite beams and developing a space industry in Vietnam.

VN space industry and Make-in-Vietnam satellites

In the past 10 years, Vietnam has manufactured its own satellites, paving the way for the development of the local space industry.

Vietnam’s NanoDragon satellite successfully separates from rocket

Vietnam’s NanoDragon satellite successfully separated from Japan’s fifth Epsilon solid-fuel rocket at 11:07 am (Japan time), flying in outer space by itself.

JAXA: Launch of NanoDragon satellite suspended to November 9

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) on November 6 announced the delay of the launch of its fifth Epsilon solid-fuel rocket that is expected to carry nine small satellites, including Vietnam’s NanoDragon.

Make-in-Vietnam satellite to be launched in early November

After two delays, Vietnam's NanoDragon satellite will be put on the launch pad for the third time by the end of this week.

Launch of NanoDragon satellite suspended due to bad weather

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, JAXA, on October 7 morning suspended the launch of its fifth Epsilon solid-fuel rocket that is expected to carry nine small satellites, including Vietnam’s NanoDragon.

Vietnam’s NanoDragon satellite set to enter orbit on October 7

The launch is slated to take place from 7:51.21 am to 7:55.16 am (Hanoi time), according to the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA).

 

Launch of NanoDragon satellites suspended due to ground radar issue

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, or JAXA, on October 1 morning suspended the launch of its fifth Epsilon solid-fuel rocket some 19 seconds before the scheduled liftoff time.

Satellite rollouts mark major steps forward for Vietnam’s aerospace industry

NanoDragon, a nano-layer cubesat satellite developed by the Vietnam National Space Centre (VNSC) under the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, is scheduled to be launched into orbit from Japan on October 1.

Vietnam's NanoDragon microsatellite to be launched in Japan

Vietnam has sent NanoDragon satellite to Japan to hand over to the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) to launch into space.

"Made in Vietnam" sea-observation satellite Nanodragon

Micro-satellite NanoDragon, developed and built by the Vietnam National Space Center (VNSC), will go through a final test this month before it is put into orbit this September.

Vietnamese can register to use internet via Elon Musk’s satellite project

Elon Musk’s interconnected internet network project has begun accepting people, including Vietnamese, who want to sign up for a trial period.

Will Vietnam launch satellites like Elon Musk’s Startlink?

A telecom carrier said launching a satellite would assess the efficiency of a satellite-internet business model. If it is done, Vietnam would use satellite constellation technology, a growing trend.

Satellite images provide clear picture of greenhouse gas emissions

A research project by the Department of National Remote Sensing has for the first time used images provided by VNREDSat-1, Vietnam’s very first remote sensing satellite, in calculating carbon dioxide emissions.

What will Vietnam’s first space museum contain?

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam has made a big leap in recent years in the space industry with telecommunication satellites in a geostationary orbit, and has now has set to work on carrier rockets. 

Vietnam poised to lead ASEAN in satellite technology

VietNamNet Bridge - With the successful launch of MicroDragon satellite on January 18, Vietnam is in the top 4 ASEAN in satellite technology. 

Female scientist helps create camera for space satellite

Vietnam will launch Micro Dragon into space by the end of this year. The person who built the camera, considered the heart of the optical satellite, is female scientist Nguyen Thi Thao, officer at the Vietnam Space Center.

Vietnam aims to design and launch satellite

VietNamNet Bridge - Scientists believe that Vietnam should master remote-sensing satellite technology as it will have to buy geostationary telecommunication satellites for dozens of years more.

Vietnam masters space technology, opens new space center

VietNamNet Bridge - The National Satellite Center, which regulates activities related to space and satellite, will be renamed Vietnam Space Center on July 17. 

Vietnam to launch radar satellites for environmental management

VietNamNet Bridge - In early 2019, Vietnam will launch LOTUSat-1, a satellite with radar technology that will observe the Earth. Three years later, it will launch LOTUSat-2.