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Epsilon launches Japanese radar imaging satellite
Posted: Sat, Jan 20, 2018, 6:43 PM ET (2343 GMT)
Japan launched a small radar-imaging satellite Thursday. The Epsilon rocket lifted off from the Uchinoura Space Center at 4:06 pm EST Wednesday (2106 GMT Wednesday, 6:06 am local time Thursday) and placed the ANSARO-2 satellite into orbit. ANSARO-2, developed by NEC Corporation, carries a synthetic aperture radar payload with a resolution of one meter. The launch was the third for the Epsilon, a small launch vehicle, and its first in more than one year.
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