Uganda and Zimbabwe launch their first satellites : Goats and Soda : NPR

When Uganda’s very first satellite was launched into space last week on Nov. 7, Bonny Omara, the lead engineer on the satellite development team, was filled with emotion.”I was watching it on TV, together with my Honourable Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation,” he says. “It was really amazing and we hugged each other! To see my baby takeoff from the ground headed for the International Space Station — it’s really a great feeling of my life.”

Source: Uganda and Zimbabwe launch their first satellites : Goats and Soda : NPR


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