Turkey’s New Satellites Approved to Receive Images from Anywhere in the World!

Turkey’s New Satellites Approved to Receive Images from Anywhere in the World!

TÜBİTAK President Hasan Mandal shared the latest details about the new İMECE satellites. So when will the new observation satellites be launched into space?

New developments are taking place for the successors of İMECE, the domestic surveillance satellite developed by TÜBİTAK and launched into space last year by SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket. TÜBİTAK President Hasan Mandal shed light on the work of the organization with his latest statement and shared critical details about the successor models.

TÜBİTAK President Hasan Mandal Announces Approval of New İMECE Satellites

According to AA news, TÜBİTAK has crossed an important threshold in the development of a new satellite. According to President Hasan Mandal, although İMECE successfully fulfills the assigned tasks, it sometimes has difficulties in providing the requested visuals. This creates a need for more advanced surveillance satellites.

Turkey's New Satellites Approved

Mandal said that with the newly approved İMECE-2 and İMECE-3 satellites, such problems will be completely eliminated and they will be able to take photos comfortably from anywhere at any time. In addition, one of the satellites will start its operations in 2027 and the other in 2028.

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