What Should We Expect from the African Space Industry in 2023?

SpaceX’s Transporter-6 mission carrying Dragonfly Aerospace's EOS SAT-1 and Hypernova's Platform-2 takes off from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. Source: SpaceX

Since the turn of the 20th century, the African space industry has witnessed year-on-year progress. This growth is visible from the increase in government and commercial companies’ participation, human capital resource, budgetary allocation and investment towards developing infrastructure and other complimenting solutions.   In addition, Africa’s space ecosystem is rapidly maturing into a sizeable space market,...

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