Morocco to Launch its Second Satellite, Mohammed VI-B

By on November 14, 2018

Morocco is set to launch its second satellite, Mohammed VI-B, on November 20 to increase aerial logistics of the country.

The French Arianespace satellite launching company will launch into orbit the new Mohammed VI-B satellite, according to a November 13 press release from the company.

The new satellite will reportedly serve for socio economic , environmental , monitoring, meteorology, and map making purposes.

The project is part of an agreement between France and Morocco signed in 2013 when former French President Francois Hollande visited Morocco.

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