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Turkmenistan to launch its first satellite

12 November 2013 - 6:32pm

The former Soviet Republic of Turkmenistan is going to launch its first satellite into space at the end of 2014, US Ambassador to the country Robert Patterson said today.

According to the ambassador, a US rocket will deliver the satellite into space.

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