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Launch success for AlSat Nano

Shortly after launch (04:46 BST on Monday 26 September) and orbital injection, Algerian Space Agency operators established contact with the satellite from the Surrey Space Centre (University of Surrey) ground station in Guildford. A series of spacecraft health checks and in orbit commissioning procedures will now follow, with operations then transitioning to Algeria's newly developed AlSat Nano ground station in Oran.
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