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Krysaor will be launched into space in November

The second Ecuadorian nanosatellite, called Krysaor, successor to its twin Pegasus, will be launched into space from a Cosmodrome in Russia on November 21. During a press conference carried out yesterday, the Ministry of safety coordination, the integrated security service ECU...

Pegasus insurance not covered the entire project

The Ecuadorian State contributed with around $700.000 for the launch, insurance, logistics and certification testing of Pegasus, the first nanosatellite of Ecuador, while the Ecuadorian civilian space agency (EXA) and the private company only invested $80.000. However, Pegasus...
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Pegasus will be replaced by Krysaor

The website of the Ecuadorian civilian space agency (EXA), shows a timer which indicates the time remaining until the NEE-02 Krysaor satellite is launched into space. According to the countdown, until noon yesterday, this new nanosatellite will be  in space in 76 days, 13 hours...

Pegasus satellite was declared “lost” by EXA

The Ecuadorian civilian space agency (EXA) has not recovered its first satellite, the Pegasus NEE-001 and declared finished the actions to recover the signal. Exa says the satellite is lost and they have executed the insurance that covers it. EXA pointed out that on August 28, ...

Pegasus could be rescued in 3 months

Ronnie Nader, director of the Ecuadorian Civilian Space Agency (EXA), announced that the Ecuadorian nanosatellite that was launched into space on April 26, is not emitting any signal, but there’s already a rescue operation that will last for three months. Last Thursday...

Pegasus satellite had side impact

The Ecuadorian satellite named Pegasus collided, at 00h38 m 17s, with a object known as SCC-15890, which is a remain of a Russian satellite and the collected data it’s been analyzed to determine the impact. “The satellite has lost its orientation of its antenna and is...
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Pegaso did not receive a direct collision

This was confirmed by the American Space Command yesterday after NEE-01 Pegaso Satellite was in imminent danger of a collision with the remains of a Russian rocket. Meanwhile, the Ecuadorian astronaut and director of the Ecuadorian Civilian Space Agency (EXA), Ronnie Nader, said...
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Pegaso Satellite could crash

This morning, Ecuadorian cosmonaut Ronnie Nader posted on his Twitter account about a possible satellite collision between the NEE-01 Pegaso with remains of a Russian rocket. Nader reported that a press conference will be held this afternoon to provide more information on the...
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