Pakistani Satellite Launched in China

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Best work.

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Good job.

But signal quality is very very poor.

Mostly channels skipping or even off after 7:00pm.

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Muhammad Qaiser wrote:
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Porey 9 Saal BAAD bhi signal Pakistan main porey Nahi hain

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Published on Aug 12, 2011 old video
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Pakistan has taken a bold step forward with its space programme. And there are mutual benefits to the arrangement.

PakSat-1R, with 30 transponders having a 15-year design life, will replace Paksat-1 and provide internet, telecommunication, broadcasting, and emergency services. Its role will also include tele-education, and medicine and its footprint will cover Central Asia, Eastern Europe, East Africa, and the Far East.

PAKSAT-1R was successfully launched on August 12, 2011 and will start its commercial operations in October 2011. It is a great milestone in the field of Science and Technology for the people of Pakistan and a big step towards the economic prosperity of the country.

"This satellite will also help to increase diversity and access to educational programs by providing opportunities for ***** community education and in-service teacher training".

Pakistan is also making efforts to get space technology from China. It plans to launch the Pakistan Remote Sensing Satellite (PRSS) in the near future with the technical and financial assistance of China. Launching PRSS is now the first priority for Pakistan, because such a satellite can help it in cartographic studies. China has not only achieved the capability of placing its satellites in space, but is also developing rockets. It has created a powerful carrier rocket with military capabilities that can launch multiple satellites into space.

The RSSS will also be helpful in improving agriculture, management of water resources, monitoring the environment and other related issues.

The first satellite to be launched by China for Pakistan was Badr-1 in 1990
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Ok.

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