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A microsatellite developed by Fukui Prefecture in cooperation with a space startup and others was unveiled to the media Thursday in Tokyo.

The satellite Suisen, meaning daffodils — a symbol of the prefecture — will be lifted into space in March from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, ferried by the Russian launch vehicle Soyuz-2.

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