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Ethiopia has launched its first satellite

Ethiopia, with the assistance of China, has launched its first satellite into space. The Ethiopian Remote Sensing Satellite (ETRSS-1) will help improve and transform the country's agriculture sector.

Scientists are working together to solve one of the universe's mysteries

Perhaps precisely because they are so elusive, Fast Radio Bursts have received a lot of attention in the years since their discovery.

Ethiopia to launch its first-ever satellite in 2019

Ethiopia to launch its first-ever satellite in 2019.

Why NASA chose Senegal

Senegal has made great strides in astronomy and planetary sciences in recent years.

NASA confirms it has found ice on the Moon

NASA has confirmed that it has observed what it believes to be ice formed from water on the surface of the Moon. The observation was made by a team of scientists which were led by Shuai Li of the University of Hawaii and Brown University, including Richard Elphic from NASA’

Ghana needs to develop laws to match its outer space ambitions

Rapid advances in space technology mean that space is no longer simply a stargazer’s paradise. The socio-economic benefits possible from the use of space technology and research are endless. For instance, satellite imagery can be used for agricultural purposes, such as helping to predict food shortages and surplus harvests.

What to look out for during the longest full eclipse of the moon this century

On July 27th, 2018 most of the world will be treated to an extraordinary evening of activity in the sky. First, there will be a total lunar eclipse and although uncommon, this one is special because it’s going to last a lot longer than usual - in fact the