Ravana One –in Earth’s Orbit on 17

Wednesday, 05 June 2019 - 11:34


The Arthur C. Clarke Center says that the satellite ‘Ravana One’ created by two engineers of this country will be released to the orbit located 400 kilometers away from the earth on the 17.

Two Research Engineers of that center, Tharindu Dayaratne and Dulani Chamika created the ‘Ravana One Nano Satellite with the assistance of Japan at the Kyushu University is at present at the International Space Center at present.

The ‘Ravana One’ satellite was produced under the special project named Birds of the Kyushu University of Japan. It is about 1000 cubic centimetres in extent and weighs 1.1 kilograms.

The proposal for the commencement of such a satellite and naming it ‘Ravana One’ was made by former Director General of the Arthur C. Clarke Center Sanath Panawenna.

Its objective was to tell the world the Air technology of Ravana.

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