The Philippines will soon launch the largest satellite made in the Philippines into space.The newest Earth observation satellite, called Mula, or Multispectral Unit for Land Assessment, captures operational quality images of approximately 100,000 square kilometers of area every day.
The mula weighs 130 kg, compared to the microsatellites Diwata-1 and Diwata-2, which weigh about 50 kg.Mula is being developed under the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Advanced Satellite and Know-How Transfer for the Philippines (ASP) program.
The project is run by scientists and engineers at the University of the Philippines Diliman and DOST-Advanced Science and Technology Institute (Asti) in coordination with the Philippine Space Agency (Philsa).
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Philsa will oversee the completion and launch in 2023, including the satellite’s management and operations.Mula was designed and manufactured in collaboration with British satellite developer Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. (SSTL). which won a contract worth 370 million P370 in September 2020