South Africa to host 16th SpaceOps in 2020

The SpaceOps Organization was formed to provide an organized community and technical forum for the large number of people involved in space mission operations....

Apply for Indaba 2018

The Deep Learning Indaba is the annual gathering of the African machine learning community, a week that in 2018 will be the world’s largest...

Countdown to ZACube-2 launch

Four years after making history with the launch of Africa’s first nano-satellite into space, Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) is preparing to reach even...

Excerpt from ISF Nairobi and what the future holds for African...

The International Astronautical Federation (IAF) co-organised with the Italian Space Agency (ASI) and the Ministry of Defence of Kenya, the African Chapter of the...

Can We Trust Mark with AsiaSat-8 Satellite (AMOS-6 replacement)?

Smartphones and other devices are so essential in the lives of people today that, like it's said, it just feels like you're naked without...

Space in Africa Is Recruiting Volunteers

Do you want to do something that is satisfying and of great service to the science community? Do you need a platform to share...

Making Kenya an Astrotourism hub: Exploring the vastness of the universe...

Socrates, one of the most famous philosophers in human history once said, “Man must rise above the Earth—to the top of the atmosphere and...

South African Professor discovers Mars

Astronomer Peter Dunsby just made a groundbreaking discovery, after noticing a very bright "star" pop up in his field of view at an observatory...

Towards a Tunisian National Space Strategy

Tunisia have always been interested in the peaceful use of space since the launch of first satellite in 1957. Her interest at all levels...