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What is your view of the developed Ugandan Alphabet?



It is good for Uganda

With time it will be good for Africa

It will highly contribute towards our country's meaning of independance

It is best appropriate for use under classified content

It is not of great use in anyway



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This is a prototype space shuttle meant to deliver a life into the space neighborhood. 
In space there is no air to breath, it is a vacuum, this project carries 5.2 liters of oxygen which can enable our life onboard, in this case a rat sustain comfortable breathing while on space mission. 
In addition to that, this project is solar powered with a control buss motherboard which enables our ground crew to control the Cadimella while in space. From ground we can control various features of the Cadimella including chamber temperatures meaning the small area where the rat is; because space is freezing and we need to control the chamber where the rat is to habitable temperatures. 
 
Same project takes videos of Uganda from space, collects dust molecules for lab analysis from space which could help us attain data of our planet earth as far as 4 billion years back. Lastly we can control all its lighting remotely on ground. HOW WE INTEND TO DEPLOY THE CADIMELLA INTO SPACE We will use N2 gas and rocketry/thrusters to deploy this project into space neighborhood. 
 
Year 2011 at African Space Research Programme we tested prototype thrusters/rockets to advance our skills of deploying projects into space and it was a success. 
Same skills will be used to deploy this project into space. 
 
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This project was tested and made ready for space flight in 2012, however we failed to acquire launching permission to date from the Ugandan Presidency.  This was going to make Uganda the first country to send a project to space neighborhood with a life onboard. 


 
[poll] What is your view of the developed Ugandan Alphabet?
on 09 Aug : 14:07
hi, how are you, feel fre to comment


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