Talk:Brazilian Space Agency

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What's the relation between the Brazilian Space Agency and INPE (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais)? In some sources they appear to be the same but they've different histories (see here). 13:47, 8 Oct 2004 (UTC)

INPE, as it name says (National Institute of Space Research) handles researches of aerospace technology; they have built most of the meteorological sattelites used by Brazil nowadays. INPE also deals with sattelite data, such as weather forecasting. The AEB deals with space monitoring and the launches of brazilian space missions.

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