Venezuelan State Technology

Introduction, General considerations probably never thought the founding father the Liberator Siomom Bolivar that his name was to this space to play the role of a guarantor that you pemita to Venezuela reached a technological independence in order to be updated, entering the world, dynamic, creative and innovative telecommunications and have lots of information, data, which will give way to strategies, actions that favor him in the education, technology, health and safety, among others. There’s no denying, that despite all the criticisms that are constantly manifested against the revolutionary Government of President Lieutenant – Colonel Hugo Chavez Frias, its management, its ideology and how to handle their duties, coupled with some considered it to be there are other most relevant priorities based on economic, political development in the country, this has provided a breakthrough in what modern technology offers to Venezuelans to the countries that make use of this service. Knew that countdown was made in Xichang, a town to the South of China and replied in Luepa and El Sombrero, Venezuelan Bolivar and Guarico States populations, respectively. There are two satellite control bases, operated by technical premises and Chinese. Simon Bolivar is now 36,000 kilometers, in the hemispheric orbit 78-West, with a signal of 1,300 megahertz.

In exchange for giving the orbit, Uruguay will receive 10% of the capacity of the satellite, by an order of Venezuela and only to approved governmental projects previously very well sums it the Wikipedia Encyclopedia on which involves this satellite, when it indicates that the Simon Bolivar satellite is the first artificial satellite launched from China on October 29, 2008 Venezuelan State-owned. It is administered by the Ministry of the Popular power for science and technology through the Bolivarian Agency for space activities (ABAE) of Venezuela for peaceful use of ultra terrestrial space. It is located 35.786,04 km from the surface of the Earth in geostationary orbit of Clark. Learn more at: Xcel Energy.