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Pinoy-made cube satellites released to space from ISS

The Philippines marked another milestone in its nascent space industry as Maya-3 and Maya-4, the country’s first university-built cube satellites (CubeSats), were released to space from the International Space Station (ISS) on October 6, 2021 at 5:20 in the afternoon.

PH-built cube satellites Maya-3, Maya-4 launched to Int’l Space Station

The locally built Maya-3 and Maya-4 cube satellites (CubeSats) of the Philippine government were launched to the International Space Station on August 29 at 3:14 P.M. (PST) aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket’s Dragon C208 as part of SpaceX Commercial Resupply Mission-23 (SpX-23).

Second cube satellite of PH now in orbit

Maya-2, the Philippines’ second cube satellite, was successfully released into orbit by the International Space Station (ISS) on Sunday, March 14, along with Paraguay’s GuaraniSat-1 and Japan's Tsuru.

3 Pinoy space engineers make history with Maya-2 cubesat launch

The date 21 February 2021 (1:36 AM Philippine Standard Time) is now forever etched in the history of space science in the Philippines with the launch of the country’s second cube satellite, called Maya-2 CubeSat, that was developed by three Filipino student engineers.

PH sends 2nd cube satellite into international space station

The Philippines marked another scientific milestone on Sunday, February 21, at exactly 1:36 in the morning, as the country’s second cube satellite (CubeSat) Maya-2 was launched to the International Space Station (ISS) aboard the S.S. Katherine Johnson Cynus spacecraft.

PH marks milestone with launch of Maya-1 CubeSat into int’l space station

The country's first cube satellite (CubeSat), named Maya-1, was successfully launched to the International Space Station (ISS) on Friday, June 29.

First PH cube satellite, Maya-1, to be launched in space in July

The project is being implemented by the PHL-Microsat Program of the University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman in cooperation with the Advanced Science and Technology Institute (ASTI) of the DOST and the Kyushu Institute of Technology.
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