Brazil space station open for small satellite business


ALCANTARA SPACE CENTER, Brazil (Reuters) – Brazil is ready to launch small commercial rockets from its space base near the equator as soon as it agrees to safeguard U.S. technology that is dominant in the industry, the Brazilian Air Force officer managing the space program said on Friday.

A view of Alcantara space center during a media members visit in Alcantara, Maranhao State, Brazil September 14, 2018. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Brig. Major Luiz Fernando Aguiar said Brazil wants to get a piece of the $300 billion-a-year space launch business by drawing U.S. companies interested in launching…



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