FPT University has said this morning 9h18 minutes, they will launch a satellite into space. If done successfully, this will be the first time we built the satellite, paving the way for greater progress in the future. It is known that small satellites of FPT have been studied since 2008 with a total cost of nearly 4 billion and launch costs about $ 20,000. The satellite is named F-1 was tested in the U.S. and Japan to the station before the final release at the Tanegashima Space Center in southern Japan.
Due to be launched by the new to F-1 launch costs much cheaper than the traditional. More information can be found in the article source link.
satellite session on 21/07 at the Tanegashima space Center, Japan was broadcast live over the Internet from 8h15 am now Vietnam, lasted about 90 minutes.
Those interested can track the launch meeting at the following address:
NASA TV HD (HD resolution, for high-speed connection): http://www.ustream.tv/nasahdtv
NASA TV (resolution is often used for low speed connection): http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/index.html
Webcam from Tanegashima launching pad: http:/ / space.jaxa.jp / tnsc / webcam / index_e.shtml