Agensi Angkasa Negara (ANGKASA)

Also known as the National Space Agency of Malaysia in English. Established in 2002. Space Science Studies (BAKSA), established in 1993, was amalgamated into ANGKASA in 2004. The Malaysian National Space Agency (ANGKASA), an agency under the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovations, is responsible in leading and observing the development of space science in Malaysia through providing leadership in the educational aspect and the research of space science; assisting the government in formulating and executing the National Space Fundamentals; and providing quality service to customers to help achieve these goals. The ANGKASA official website features satellites (TiungSAT, RazakSAT, MeaSAT); facilities; space application; space and the arts; National Planetarium, Observatory and Space Centre; planetarium shows; rockets; space challenge; angkasawan (Selection process, Experiments, Meet the angkasawan, ISS); and space law.
Notes:   Available in English and Malay versions.

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