2022 in Review – Kenya Space Programme

Kenya's first nanosatellite, 1KUNS-PF

In 2017, the Kenya space agency (KSA) was established as a successor to the National Space Secretariat, inaugurated in 2009. Its mission was to utilise space-related opportunities for its advancement. In 2018, it launched its first satellite and only satellite, 1KUNS-PF, for technological demonstration. 1KUNS-PF, which cost USD 1 million, was launched aboard SpaceX’s Falcon...

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