Chile, Brazil and Argentina are pressing ahead with efforts to expand their space launch and operations capabilities by the turn of the century. Chile plans to resume its drive to become the fourth space-faring nation in Latin America in August with the scheduled launch of its second satellite. Argentina, Brazil and Mexico already operate satellites. The commander-in-chief of the Chilean air force, Gen. Fernando Rojas Vender, said Ukraine is the first choice for the site from ...

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