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Développement Tous Azimuts (DTA)

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Développement Tous Azimuts (DTA) is a private aerospace company founded by Led by the inventor and rocket designer Jean-Patrice Keka Ohemba Okes,at Democratic republic of Congo.

Troposphere rocket programme is its main programme.Troposphere is a Congolese rocket family first established in 2007 at private enterprise Développement Tous Azimuts (DTA). Project is managed by Jean-Patrice Keka Ohemba Okese, head of DTA, a graduate of the Institut Supérieur des Techniques Appliquées (ISTA). The program aimed at launching experimental rockets that would not exceed an altitude of 36 km. The launch site is located in an area owned by DTA at Menkao, 120 km East of Kinshasa

The program was financed by DTA at the beginning, but after success of the Troposphere 2 and 4 rockets project gained government support. Jean-Patrice Keka Ohemba Okese—also known as the “African Einstein”—is a scientist and the founder of DTA, a company based out of the Democratic Republic of the Congo that wants to build rockets that can reach outer space. That’s a pretty hefty ambition to have in a country where 70 percent of the people live in extreme poverty, but by 2008, Jean-Patrice’s Troposphere program at DTA was on a roll. The initiative had been successful in launching a couple of small experimental rockets into the atmosphere, the DRC government had come out publicly in support of the venture, and DTA’s next project, the Troposphere V, was a much more amibtious rocket that was designed to fly over 20 miles into the atmosphere. Unfortunately, the launch of the Troposphere V was a disaster—a combustion chamber exploded, the rocket swerved into the ground as soon as it left the earth, and the rat that had been placed inside the rocket for research purposes died a cruel death. But Jean-Patrice is undaunted—DTA is hard at work on a space program called Galaxie that aims to put the first African satellites into orbit.

With the support of the Ministry of Scientific Research and Technology handled by the Minister Daniel Madimba Kalonji, the researcher-engineer Jean-Patrick Keka Ohemba Okese and his Industrial Electronics and Telecommunications Company (SEITEC) At the end of 2016, the Troposphere 6 rocket. This news was announced to the press last Thursday. Responding to the concerns of journalists, the famous Congolese researcher Patrick Keka also presented another technological innovation, the electron microscope, the fruit of his aerospace research. The DRC has just taken a huge step in the field of aerospace research, with satellites in orbit. An eloquent proof, already the end of next year, the DRC will be able to launch the rocket "Troposphere 6". This is the work of renowned researcher-engineer Jean-Patrick Keka Ohemba Okese. This major announcement of remarkable scientific evolution in the DRC, was made last Thursday, in the Ministry of scientific research and Technology, in front of the press. The day was honored with the presence of the director and other members of the cabinet of the minister Daniel Madimba Kalonji. The director of the cabinet of the Minister of Scientific Research and Technology, Professor Florimond Nyamoga, reminded the audience that the image of the DRC was not the one that is presented outside. The DRC, he said, is among the nuclear powers of the black continent. "It is a country that has enormous potentialities, especially scientific ones," he insisted. Let us recall that this Congolese scientist, with his Society of Industrial Electronics and Telecommunication (SEITEC), is in its fourth realization, with regard to rocket launches in the DRC. The first had reached 1500 meters of altitude, the second 15,000 meters and the third is expected to reach 35,000 meters, according to forecasts. And this rocket "Troposphere 6", according to the designer, could reach up to 200 kilometers of altitude. It should be noted that with the technological evolution, the DRC now has the advantage of having this rocket "Troposphere 6" which is a carrier rocket, especially since many African countries already have their satellites; But none of them has a carrier. This will make the rocket "Troposphere 6" of the DRC will generate an enormous amount of financial resources for the country. "The objective is for the DRC to have its own launch. This will generate income and financial resources for the country, "said the press research engineer Patrick Keka, before pointing out that this research also brings relief to environmental problems. From the digital microscope "made in DRC" This aerospace research was born another large-scale innovation, especially for the improvement of human health. This is the digital microscope. This fruit of the aerospace research of Patrick Keka, also set up with the help of four other SEITEC engineers, was presented to journalists and all the attendees that day. This digital microscope, according to its designer, has a large magnification capacity more than an electron microscope and allows to see a microscopic object or organism up to 25,000 times its initial dimension. Other hidden capabilities of this microscope are on the possibility of changing the way to approach the health centers, since, the results are given by Sms, the laboratory sends to the doctor and the good and the image interpreted. There is also the possibility to display the image on the screen, but also to contact immediately, and at the same time several other countries. Responding to questions from journalists, the engineer said it took a month to design the prototype of this digital microscope. And it cost more or less 10,000 US dollars. This microscope allows enlargement, filtering, mathematics ... It can also work with solar energy, thanks to the built-in solarpanel.

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