This image provided by NASA shows the International Space Station photographed by a STS-119 crewmember Tuesday March 17, 2009 as the Space Shuttle Discovery and the station approach each other during rendezvous and docking activities. The astronauts began their high-priority girder work Wednesday, a two-day job that will culminate with the installation of two new solar wings at the orbiting outpost. The new wings will bring the 10-year-old space station to full power, which is critical for boosting science research and allowing the crew to double to six. (AP Photo/NASA)
March 30, 2012 6:47:11 AM PDT
DHAKA, Bangladesh - March 30, 2012 --
An American firm will help Bangladesh design and launch the South Asian country's first satellite.