According to a report advanced by Expansão, the satellite is already in Baikonur (Kazakhstan), where it waits for the 'green light' to enter orbit.
One of those responsible for the project, in statements to the same newspaper, informed that "technically everything is ready". However, the launch will not happen yet.
A government source, quoted by Expansão, clarified that the country's attention is currently focused on the electoral campaign and that the launch of the satellite would lead to a change in the electoral agenda, as some of the country's leaders, such as the head of state, would have heading to Kazakhstan.
"At this point, the strategy that was outlined for this campaign would have to be changed, namely canceling some of the actions that were programmed. It would be complicated", said the same source.
Thus, it was decided to postpone the launch of Angosat-2 for two months, writes Expansão.
It should be noted that Angosat-2 replaces Angosat-1, which after entering orbit in 2017 lost contact with Earth.