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October 16th, 2006

World's most advanced nanosatellite to be unveiled

Abstract:
CANEUS NPS Inc. is humbled and honoured to unveil the world's most advanced nanosatellite in the distinguished company of Their Majesties King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden in Montreal on October 25th.

(Ed.'s note: nanosatellites are very small compared to what most of us think of when someone says satellite. However, they are not nanoscale, although some of their technologies are due to "nanotechnology.")

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