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Why Monitoring Space Weather and Space Environment is Important

Space weather is a branch of Space physics and aeronomy (the science of the upper region of the earth) or heliophysics (the science of...

Space Governance Innovation Contest 2020 Winning Team Share their Experience

The Space Governance Innovation Contest, launched in December of 2019, is an African space law and policy capacity building competition that took place remotely...

Egypt Launches First Summer School for Space Education

The Egyptian Space Agency and Banha University have announced the establishment of a summer school for space learning to be hosted by the Banha...

Top Stories That Shaped The African Space Industry In 2019

The African space industry grew in leaps and bounds in 2019— from satellite launches, inaugurations of new agencies, departments and new space programs for...

Weekly Round-Up Of Opportunities Within The African Space Industry

Our Friday weekly round-up curates opportunities listed on opportunities.africanews.space that are still open for application.  The Opportunities portal aggregates job vacancies, internships, scholarships, calls for abstracts,...

Infographics: Who Has Inked The Most Satellite Launch Contracts From Africa?

Africa's space sector is growing swiftly, but the launch segment is still non-existent. Since 1998, all the satellites launched for Africa were launched from...

Have you signed up for the Copernicus Masters Competition yet? (€...

It is now less than 4 weeks until the end of the submission phase of the Copernicus Masters competition. Have you signed up yet? The...

Join the Copernicus Masters Competition for EO Solutions (Win Seed Funding)

The Copernicus Masters is a global innovation competition for commercial Earth observation applications and business use cases. The programme identifies and awards prizes to...