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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...

DE Africa Signs Partnership With RCMRD, AGRHYMET And ITC To Build...

Digital Earth Africa(DE Africa) has signed a partnership with the Regional Centre for Mapping of Resources for Development (RCMRD) in Kenya, AGRHYMET Regional Centre...

Azam TV Reaches Agreement With Azercosmos For The Provision of DTT...

Last week, Azerbaijan’s satellite operator, Azercosmos, reached an agreement with Tanzanian digital satellite services provider, Azam TV, for the provision of Digital Terrestrial Transmission...

Egyptian Space Agency CEO Briefs Parliamentary Delegation On African Development Satellite

The CEO of the Egyptian Space Agency on Wednesday briefed a delegation of MPs from the parliament's Education and Scientific Research Committee at the...

2019 Might Be The Best Year So Far For The African...

As the year winds up, it is exciting to recap Africa's journey in space in 2019 which is the best year so far in...

International Astronomical Union Approves Names For New Stars And Exoplanets

In recent years, astronomers have discovered thousands of planets and planetary systems orbiting around nearby stars. It is now believed that all stars in...

Chinese Luban Workshop Facility Launched In Kenya

On Saturday 14 December, China launched its second African Luban workshop facility in eastern Kenya. The workshop facility hosted by Machakos University, Kenya will focus...

Kenyan Southern Counties Placed On Alert As Cyclone Belna Causes A...

Five counties in the southern parts of Kenya are currently on qui vive as Cyclone Belna continues to influence weather conditions in the area...

African Space Industry Is Worth USD 7.37 Billion; This Is The...

The African space industry is worth USD 7.37 billion and is projected to grow over 40 per cent in the next five years. The...

Highlights Of The 53rd RCMRD Governing Council Meeting

The 53rd Regional Centre for Mapping of Resources for Development (RCMRD) Governing Council meeting ends today. The meeting which commenced on the 11 November...

Groundwater Can Prevent Drought Emergencies In The Horn of Africa –...

Millions of people living in the arid regions of the Horn of Africa lack safe, reliable and affordable water throughout the year. This is because of recent decreases in rainfall...

Sapienza University Of Rome Wins Free Launch To Track Wild Animals...

The International Astronautical Federation (IAF) in collaboration with GK Launch Services announced a competition for a free launch of 1U CubeSat on the First...

RCMRD Partners With SEI To Train Stakeholders On Water Security And...

The Regional Centre for Mapping of Resources for Development (RCMRD) and the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) collaborated to offer a one-day Water Security and...

Satellite-based Pest Monitoring Cuts Losses For Farmers In Kenya

10 October 2019 – Space-age technology, developed to provide farmers with an early warning of pest outbreaks which could devastate their crops and livelihoods,...

Reticulated Giraffes in Northern Kenya Get GPS Satellite Trackers

A Namibian organisation, Giraffe Conservation Foundation, has successfully fitted 28 solar-powered GPS tracking devices to reticulated giraffes. The device, Twiga Tracker, (meaning giraffe in Kiswahili),...

Directory of all space-related institutions in Africa

We are glad to announce the launch of a comprehensive visual directory of all space institutions and industry actors in the African space sector....

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