One of the devices sent to space is for telecommunication to allow transmission to remote regions, whereas the other two will be remote sensing satellites, according to a statement by KazCosmos.
The facilities that will receive data from the satellites will also be installed in 2014.
KazCosmos was founded in 2007. Kazakhstan launched a telecommunication satellite, called KazSat, to space within the framework of an independent space program in 2006.
However, contact with KazSat was lost in 2008, and programs to build a second KazSat were postponed many times.
The world’s first and largest operational space launch facility is located in the desert of Kazakhstan, Baikonur Cosmodrome. This facility has launched more than a thousand rockets into space since the beginning of its operation.
However, Kazakhstan recently took the decision to limit certain rocket testings because they caused damage to the environment.