High School Girls Have Designed Africa's First Private Satellite | Space
Africa's first private space satellite will be launched in May , thanks to 14 girls from South Africa. They have designed and constructed payloads for a satellite that will collect agriculture information across the continent, helping African countries better prepare for natural disasters and food shortages. No black African has ever journeyed into space, and many of the girls participating in the MEDO project hope to be the first. I want to be able to experience these things. The information gathered by the satellite will allow Africans to better prepare for the tumultuous climate conditions of the continent. The country is expected to import three to four million tons of corn this year to make up for the shortage.
High School Girls Have Designed Africa's First Private Satellite
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