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Presentation of the space satellite Express-AM5 took place in Khabarovsk

On June 6, the Khabarovsk Space Communication Center demonstrated the capabilities of the new Express-AM5 satellite. According to representatives of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Space Communication", it was launched into orbit at the end of last year specifically for the Far East and Siberia. With its help, the population, business and government agencies of the Far East will be provided with broadband Internet access regardless of where they live or work.

“The satellite broadband access program can really solve the problem of digital inequality, erase the boundaries between city and countryside. Children living in the most remote settlements can get the same opportunities in education and knowledge of the world as their peers in metropolitan areas. For small businesses and private businesses, additional opportunities are opening up to enter the Russian and world markets with their goods and resources, opportunities for finding and using new technologies, methods of organizing and doing business, "said Evgeny, Deputy General Director for Innovative Development, Space Communication. Buidinov.

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