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The International Space Station communicates with Peruvian university

Members of the National Engineering University (UNI) had radio communication with the permanent crew of the International Space Station (ISS) that is in orbit at a distance of 400 miles above Earth.
This communication, which lasted about ten minutes, was made possible thanks to the spatial development agreement between UNI and the Kursk State Technical University (Russia).
It should be noted that questions were carefully selected by the Center for Information Technologies and Communications of the UNI (CTIC-UNI), which is located in the district of Rimac in Lima.

Furthermore, the responses of the astronauts were in Russian, translated into Spanish for viewers by the delegation of the University of Kush who arrived in Lima. These responses could know the stay in space and the work to be carried on in this platform..


(source: el comercio/photo: howstuffworks.com/youtube-tvspace)
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