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South Africa To Prioritize Kick-off Of The Pan African University Institute...

The South African government has said it will prioritize work on the commencement of the Pan African University Institute of Space Sciences following the...

SANSA & NASA Sign A Deep Space Communications Study Agreement

The study agreement will see NASA and SANSA collaborate in conducting technical and environmental research on the potential to establish a ground station in...

South Africa To Complete Its Broadcasting Digital Migration (BDM) By 2021

South Africa will switch from analogue terrestrial television to digital television broadcasting in 2021, according to its National Department of Communication. The department made this...

Africa Spent About USD 717 Million On Satellites Launched In 2019,...

2019 was unarguably the best year in Africa's 22-year history since the launch of Egypt's NileSat 101 in 1998, the first satellite launched by...

Space Projects In The African Space Industry To Look Out For...

As humans advance further into the age of space and expand outside the confines of the planet beyond wildest imaginations, there is a push...

5G Africa Forum To Discuss Next Digital Revolution in Africa, Register...

In the world we live today, mobile communication is a cardinal tool of economic development, growth and integration, and the mobile industry is an...

How South Africa’s MeerKAT Captured The First Image Of The Oldest...

The South African Radio Astronomy Observatory's (SARAO) 64 dish MeerKAT array, one of the world's most powerful and modern radio telescopes which was officially...

Astronomers Detect Radiation Stimulated By Heatwave Of Intense Thermal Energy From...

The Milky Way Galaxy contains billions of massive bright stars. These high-mass stars have masses ranging from tens to hundreds of times the mass...

IAA African Symposium On Small Satellite, Stellenbosch SA

For the first time, the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) symposium on small satellites will hold in Africa, precisely Stellenbosch, South Africa from 11-14 May, 2020. Focusing...

Highlights Of The ITU Satellite Application Training And SADC Capacity...

The 3rd Edition of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Satellite Applications Training Workshop and SADC Satellite Sharing Program Launch began yesterday and will run...

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...

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...

South Africa’s MeerKAT Peers Deep Into The Universe

Look at this new radio image covered with dots, each of which is a distant galaxy! The brightest spots are galaxies that are powered...

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...

SKA Africa: What The World’s Biggest Telescope Means For Africa’s Development

Sometime in the mid-2020s, the Square Kilometer Array (SKA) telescope is expected to deliver its first science data. When completed, it will be the...

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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