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Interview: Tieho talks about opportunities for space in Africa

Space science and technology in Africa is an emerging and largely untapped sector. Africa continues to push awareness towards harnessing its human resources and...

Marrakech gears up for the sixth edition of the Marrakech Air...

The sixth edition of the Marrakech Air Show, the largest African civil and military aviation event, will be held in Marrakesh between 24th and...

CSIR, Sansa Renew MoU To Advance Space Research, Tech Development

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and the South African National Space Agency (Sansa) have renewed their memorandum of understanding (MoU). The first MoU between...

We don’t see them but we need them

Technology in all its dimensions has evolved radically to define critical spheres of human life such as communication, disaster management, health, education, mobility and...

Algeria Space Agency enters agreement to use space technologies to monitor...

The Algerian Space Agency (ASAL) and the General Directorate of Forests (DGF) signed on October 10, 2018, at the Satellite Development Center (CDS) in...

Sex in space: The unearthed mystery

Anny, "I'm feeling kinky right now. Would you mind if we make out and sure ease the tempo here" said ken...(excerpts from an adventure...

8th National Conference of the Astronomical Society of Nigeria – Nov...

The Astronomical Society of Nigeria (ASN) is an umbrella body of professional Nigerians who are actively involved in teaching and research in astronomy, space...

Four (4) more satellites from Africa before the end of 2018

By 2030 one in five people will be African. Combine the continent’s soaring population with technology, improvements in infrastructure, health and education, and Africa...

Inaugural RCMRD Space Challenge Held in Uganda

The RCMRD through the SERVIR-ESA project organized the maiden RCMRD Uganda Space Challenge held at Wanyange Girls School in Jinja, Uganda. This was held as...