The receiving station from the Salyut and Soyuz in 1981 was only one room
After the launch of the first satellite in 2017, Mongolian scientists are planning to launch a second satellite by 2020.
Mongolia to launch a satellite in 2017http://theubpost.mn/2016/10/05/mongolia-to-launch-a-satellite-in-2017/QuoteAfter the launch of the first satellite in 2017, Mongolian scientists are planning to launch a second satellite by 2020.
From the orbital inclination and altitude, I am wondering if the satellite will be carried aboard a Falcon-9 mission to ISS.Or maybe a Cygnus launch as a less-likely alternative.
The Joint Global Multi-Nation Birds Satellite project. acronym as “Birds project.” is a cross-border interdisciplinary satellite project. for non-space faring countries supported by Japan (participating countries are; Ghana, Mongolia, Nigeria and Bangladesh) During this 2 years project., students shall design, develop and operate 5units of identical 1U CubeSats (1kg, 10cm cubic) belonging to the five participating countries and operated from 7 ground stations (operation is done at 7 ground stations; the 5 participating countries including Thailand and Taiwan) to form first time in the world a constellation of 5 CubeSats operated in 7 networked ground stations. 15 students from 6 of the 7 participating countries who belong to Graduate school of Engineering of the Kyushu Institute of Technology and enrolled as a Master or Doctoral degree students in Space Engineering International Course are executing this project. with the support of 4 faculty members. This project. hopes to provide great leverage to students from developing nations for hands on satellite project.