Pakistan to Launch Another Satellite Today

Pakistan’s advanced communication satellite, PAKSAT MM1, is set to revolutionize internet services, broadcasting, broadband, and cellular services across the country. After the success of iCube Qamar, the second satellite will be launched today at 4 PM from the XiChang Satellite Launch Center (XSLC) in China.

The launch marks a significant milestone in Pakistan’s space and telecommunications endeavors. The satellite, developed through the tireless efforts of Pakistani scientists and engineers, is designed to address the country’s growing needs in communication and connectivity.

According to the Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (Suparco), PAKSAT MM1 will play a pivotal role in ushering Pakistan into the digital era. The satellite aims to extend internet access to remote areas, thus contributing to the socio-economic uplift of the country. This initiative aligns with Pakistan’s vision of becoming a “Digital Pakistan,” where advanced communication technologies are leveraged to transform various sectors. A Suparco spokesperson stated,

The launch of PAKSAT MM1 is a giant leap towards enhancing our communication infrastructure. It is expected to create a sophisticated communication network and meet the growing demands of the telecom sector.

PAKSAT MM1 is based on cutting-edge communication technologies and is equipped to provide services in multiple frequency bands, including C, Ku, Ka, and SBAS services in the L Band. This high-power multi-mission satellite is designed to cater to a variety of communication needs, such as broadband internet, TV broadcasting, mobile backhauling, and VSAT connectivity.

The satellite’s advanced capabilities are set to address the increasing demand for high-speed internet and seamless connectivity, essential for modern economic activities and daily life. By providing enhanced communication services, PAKSAT MM1 is expected to significantly boost the telecom sector and support various applications, including mobile banking and remote education.

  • ary bhaee kyu fake news phehla rahy ho pakistan launch nahi kr rha china launch kr rha hai. or iCube qamar bhi koi Pakistani space agency suparco ne nahi bheja balky pakistan k nojawano ne IST k through bheja. fuzool bakwas lagaii huii hai. or kya faida in satellites ka survellance k liye hi use hoti hai or awaam ko toh koi faida milta nahi. twitter ban kiya howa hai idhr jahan aam log marketing kr k kamaty hein or internet dy rahy hein. jab koi platform hi nahi toh itne internet ka kya karengy. phr statistics dikhaty rehty ho pakistan fahashi website pr bht jaaty hein. toh koi or kaam hoga nahi or itna acha internet hoga toh awaam kya karegi.

    • Aap ki baaton mein ghalat aur jhoothi baatein kahi hain.

      Pakistan ne apne satellites China ki madad se launch kiye hain, lekin yeh sach nahi hai ki Pakistan ne kabhi bhi koi satellite launch nahi kiya. Suparco ne 1962 mein Rehbar-1 rocket launch kiya tha, jisse Pakistan Asia ka teesra mulk ban gaya jisne kisi rocket ko space mein bheja tha. Yeh Pakistan ke space program ki shuruat thi.

      iCube-1 satellite ko Pakistani nojawanon ne design aur banaya tha, lekin iska launch China ki madad se kiya gaya tha. Yeh sahi hai ki Suparco ne iCube-1 ko launch nahi kiya tha.

      Satellites ka faida sirf surveillance hi nahi hai. Inse telecommunication, navigation, weather monitoring aur scientific research mein bhi madad milti hai. Yeh sahi hai ki awaam ko inse seedha faida nahi milta, lekin yeh mulk ke liye bahut zaroori hain.

      Twitter ban karne ka mudda alag hai. Iska space program se koi lena dena nahi hai. Pakistan mein internet ki panhuch aur speed kam hai.

      Ghalat aur jhoothi baatein failana theek nahi hai. Hamen sacchai par dhyan dena chahiye aur apne mulk space program ko behtar banana chahiye.

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