Egyptian Space Agency To Establish Space Technology Centres In Universities

Dr Mohammed Al-Quosy, CEO EgSA || EgSA Facebook.

The Egyptian Space Agency (EgSA) will be establishing a cluster of space technology centres across the country in Universities.

This development was announced by the Agency’s CEO, Dr Mohammed Al-Quosy, via the Agency’s Facebook page.

The announcement also indicated that the Agency will support Egyptian universities through the process of establishing the technology centres on their various campuses. The agency will also provide equipment, manpower, and provision of technical know-how in various forms towards enabling the technology centres.
Subsequently, the technology centres will be used in building a coordinated space system for the country, which will be fully funded by the Agency.

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