The first space satellite Ghana GhanaSat-1 went into near-earth orbit and began to transmit data for research. This is reported by TechCrunch. Kubsat GhanaSat-1 was created by a group of engineers from the University of All Nations, located in the city of Koforidua. The development was spent about two years and 50 thousand dollars. At the same time, funding was provided by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency JAXA. "This satellite has two missions. On board, cameras are installed to monitor the coastlines of Ghana. We also want to use the data obtained from it in the school curriculum, "explained project manager Richard Damoah.