Space in Africa, the leading media outfit for news, press releases and data analysis pertaining to the African space industry, is set to publish a list of young Africans who have distinguished themselves within the African space ecosystem. This compilation, known as as the “Top 10 Under-30 Young African Space Professionals”, is set to recognise the efforts of people born after the year 1989, who have risen above the odds, navigated a space industry dogged by so many limitations, and proven their mettle within and outside the African continent.
This exclusive list would feature engineers, scientists, business developers, researchers and academicians from all corners of Africa who have contributed in their own little way to not only developing their nation’s space agencies, but also expanding knowledge in Africa’s evolving space sector. The compilation is being curated partly in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s historic launch into the Moon.
“Top 10 Under-30 Young African Professionals” will be unveiled by Space in Africa on Monday July 22, 2019.
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