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How much does Nigeria spend on space science and technology?

We analyzed fiscal data contained in the annual budgets of the Federal Government of Nigeria between 2009 to 2019. Our research reveals that the...

A breakdown of the 30 satellites launched by African nations

A regional analysis of the growth plan of several African nations reveals a trend of increased interest in space science and technology. With South...

Nigerian Space Agency releases Preliminary investigation on Abuja Earthquake

The Director General of the National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA), Professor Seidu Mohammed has said that the preliminary investigations by the Agency...

Space Tech in Agriculture will restore dignity of black race –...

The Director General and Chief Executive of the National Space Research and Development Agency, NASRDA, Prof. Seidu Mohammed says the application of Space Technology...

Apply to join the Nigerian Space Agency

This is to notify the general public that interested and qualified Nigerians should submit applications for employment into various positions at the National Space...

Science Minister unveils new Inventions born from Space Technologies – NASRDA...

The Minister of Science and Technology, Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu has said that the Ministry will not relent in its efforts making to boost Space...

NASRDA and Landmark University collaborates to build Nigeria EduSAT-2

The National Space Research and Development Agency has concluded all technical arrangements for the successful building and launch of a second NANOSATELLITE codenamed EDUSAT2...

UNN, NASRDA partners on new approach to Environmental Hazard

Effective communication of Space technology research and its awareness to the public will ease incessant lapses of insecurity and environmental hazards with adequate support...

Landmark University to launch satellite in 2020 – Joins BIRD-4 Satellite...

The BIRD-4 Satellite project was recently launched in Landmark University, Omu Aran led by the University Vice-Chancellor, Professor Adeniyi Olanyanju, George Maeda (from Kyushu...

Overview of space exploration in Nigeria: challenges and solutions for the...

In 2003 the nation’s first satellite, NigSat was built in collaboration with Surrey Space Technology (SST) in the UK and launched in Plesetsk, Russia,...

NASRDA is offering other African Nations Facility for Microgravity Research

The United Nations Office of Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA)“Zero-Gravity Instrument Project” (ZGIP) was initiated in 2012 as part of HSTI capacity-building activities, in which...

Call for an Astronaut program in Africa

In 2006, the World Space Week launched the World Space Week Youth Inspiration Project which sent students into simulated zero-gravity to experience flying in...

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