Two Sri Lankan students have designed a satellite for the first time in the history. Built at Kyushu Institute of Technology in Japan, it was named as “Raawanaa 1′. It was handed over to the Japanese Space Agency recently. The two students Tharindu Dayarathna and Dulaani Chaamika who serves in the Arthur C. Clark Institute have pioneered in developing this satellite. The nano first satellite invented by Sri Lankan students will be sent to space in April.
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