ETRSS1- EBC የኢትዮጵያን ባንዲራ አድርጎ በፎቶ ሾፕ አቀናብሮ ያሰራጨው ፎቶ የETRSS1 ትክክለኛ ፎቶ አይደለም።

#ETRSS1 – EBC የኢትዮጵያን ባንዲራ አድርጎ በፎቶ ሾፕ አቀናብሮ ያሰራጨው ፎቶ የETRSS1 ትክክለኛ ፎቶ አይደለም። ትክክለኛውን ፎቶ ማግኘት ባለመቻሉ እጅግ በርካታ የተቀናበሩ ፎቶዎች በማህበራዊ ሚዲያዎች እየተሰራጩ ነው። EBC ፎቶውን ካሰራጨ በኃላ በርካታ የመንግስት ተቋማት፣ ታዋቂ ግለሰቦች እና ሚዲያዎችም ፎቶውን ሲጠቀሙት ተመልክተናል።

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ከንግዲህ ጠቅላይ ሚንስትር ዶክተር አብይን ለመቃወም አንችልም ግን ከፈለግን መቃዎም ካለብን ከሱ የተሻለ እውቀት ይዘን ወደ ሕዝቡ መተን በማሳየት ነው???


Satellite ol furguggiisan kan miidiyaalee biyyattii irratti agarsiisaa jiran kun kan sobaati. Satellite viidiyoo irratti mul’atu sun maqaan isaa ‘Long March 4B’ jedhama. Maqaa kanaan yoo google ykn youtube irra barbaaddan viidiyoo ETV fi miidiyaalee biroo irratti argitan santu olbaha. Garuu kan baay’ee nama dhibu mootummaa sadarkaa akkanaatti kijibuu isaati. Satellite Itoophiyaa suuraa hin qabuu kan suuraa satellite biraa fayyadamaniif? Maaliif fakkeessuun barbaachise? Yoo dhugaa ta’e fakkii dhugaa maaliif gadi baasuu dadhaban. Garuu bifa kanaan ummata gowwoomsanii maal argachuufi?

Waan namaatiin sobanii of tuuluun yeroon isaa itti dabarteetti. Ummata kana gowwoomsinee deeggarsa horannaatti qilee of buufti. Addunyaan oduu jarri tolfattee himattu dhagahee nutti kolfaa jira.
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Ethiopia joins African nations with satellites in space

(africanews)—Ethiopia on Friday launched its first satellite into space, joining the list of sub-Saharan African nations striving to develop space programs to advance their development goals and encourage scientific innovation.

Before dawn on Friday, senior officials and citizens gathered at the Entoto Observatory and Research Centre just north of the capital Addis Ababa to watch a live broadcast of the satellite’s launch from a space station in China.

“This will be a foundation for our historic journey to prosperity,” deputy prime minister Demeke Mekonnen said in a speech at the launch event broadcast on state television.

The satellite was designed by Chinese and Ethiopian engineers and the Chinese government paid about $6 million of the more than $7 million manufacturing costs, Solomon Belay, director general of the Ethiopian Space Science and Technology Institute, told Reuters.

“Space is food, space is job creation, a tool for technology…sovereignty, to reduce poverty, everything for Ethiopian to achieve universal and sustainable development,” he said.

The satellite will be used for weather forecast and crop monitoring, officials said.

The African Union adopted a policy on African space development in 2017 and declared that space science and technology could advance economic progress and natural resource management on the continent.