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Without Brazil, Latin American nations launch space agency

Today, we explore developments in Latin America’s space program. The latest on the vaccine wars in Brazil. And a thrilling finish to the 2020 election.

Latin America aims for space

Latin America is not only seeking its rightful place in the world — but also in space. A group of eight countries, led by Mexico and Argentina, has banded together to create the Latin American and Caribbean Space Agency (ALCE), with plans to launch several small satellites as early as 2021 or 2022 to monitor oceans and climate changes, as well as assisting agriculture. “Our region will no longer be...

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