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2018 to be Active Year for Pakistani Space, With Chinese Help

Often cast in the shadow of the space activities of its Indian neighbour, Pakistan’s space programme is all-too-often ignored. 2018, however, may be the year that Islamabad’s space ambitions pass some critical milestones, albeit with help from its other neighbour, China. Earlier in March, Pakistan’s Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) signed an agreement
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