Mission Control Center

El Centro de Control de Misión nace con el lanzamiento del satélite  SAC-B , el 3 de Noviembre de 1996.

Mission Control Center

The Mission Control Center, located at Teófilo Tabanera Space Center in the Province of Córdoba is responsible for planning, command elaboration and monitoring the Argentine satellites, and for supporting other countries’ space missions like the Italian Space Agency’s scientific satellite MITA.

Argentine satellites SAC-A and SAC-B have been operated under control by the Mission Control Center in the past. The Center is currently operating the Argentine SAC-C mission.

The Mission Control Center receives telemetry in S and X-Band, in addition it is able to uplink S-Band commands with a wide range of mixed modulations (FM, PM, PSK) and basic band codification (NRZ-L, NRZ-M, BI-PHASE, DBI-PHASE, etc.)