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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #21 on: 02/05/2019 04:59 pm »
Rwanda in collaboration with Japan, will launch her first satellite  :D a new country, will joint to the space club...

https://spacewatch.global/2019/02/rwanda-collaborates-with-japan-to-launch-satellite-this-year/

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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #22 on: 02/05/2019 05:43 pm »
Tywin, could you attach images instead of embedding them? It preserves the posts in case the image is removed, does not suck up their bandwidth and is a more pleasant way to read posts
(also general rule on NSF afaik).

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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #23 on: 02/05/2019 05:54 pm »
Tywin, could you attach images instead of embedding them? It preserves the posts in case the image is removed, does not suck up their bandwidth and is a more pleasant way to read posts
(also general rule on NSF afaik).

You say don't copy-paste the image, instead upload from my computer?

Oh, sorry I don't know that rule...ok I will do like you say for future messages...
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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #24 on: 02/07/2019 08:22 pm »
The newspace start to flourish in Africa...

https://africanews.space/newspace-column-deltav-aerospace/

Maybe we are little more close for see the first orbital rocket from Africa...

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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #25 on: 02/11/2019 09:02 pm »
Really a important news for the progress and development of the space industry and science of Africa, the agreement that the Egypt will be the country to host the African Space Agency...


https://africanews.space/32nd-ordinary-session-of-the-african-union-commission-endorsed-egypt-to-host-the-african-space-agency/

http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/Egypt_to_Host_African_Space_Agencys_Headquarters___Foreign_Ministry_999.html

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"In the competitive struggle, Egypt obtained the right to host the headquarters of the African Space Agency. The decision was made by the Executive Council of the African Union, and will be endorsed by the African leaders at the February 11 summit", the ministry said in a statement.

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"We have no doubt that the space agency will work for the benefit of the development of the entire continent, in particular, in space science, remote sensing and other areas", the ministry added.

Now we have to wait, and see how evolve this space program, and what budget will have this agency...



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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #26 on: 02/18/2019 05:45 pm »
Well the space industry in Africa don't stop...

Egypt almost ready for have a new satellite, and Angola want have more too...

https://africanews.space/countdown-to-the-launch-of-egyptsat-a/

https://africanews.space/angola-will-have-more-satellites-in-orbit-in-several-areas-of-knowledge/

And now, they start to practice, with the sounding rocket:

https://africanews.space/rocket-built-by-ukzn-students-ready-for-takeoff/

And Taiwan don't want be late to the new space race in Asia, and want to send more satellites, include her first spacecraft to the Moon:

http://www.sinodaily.com/reports/Taiwan_Announces_New_Phase_of_Space_Program_Hopes_for_Moon_Mission_999.html


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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #27 on: 02/28/2019 02:27 pm »
Well, continued with Africa, Egypt, launched with a little luck the satellite Egyptsat-A:

https://spacewatch.global/2019/02/egypts-egyptsat-a-successfully-launched-by-russia-despite-slight-launch-issue/

Rwanda, is a congratulations too, with the first launch of Oneweb, satellites...

https://africanews.space/rwanda-and-oneweb-partner-launch-icyerekezo-communication-satellite/

South Africa, continue development his new small constellation for maritime control:

https://africanews.space/cput-receives-more-investment-to-build-the-mda-constellation/

And we know a little more about the space effort make by Gabon:

https://africanews.space/all-about-ageos-gabon-space-program/



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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #28 on: 03/20/2019 08:58 pm »
Senegal, have intention to have her own satellite and development her space program...

https://africanews.space/senegal-manufacture-small-satellites-grow-a-newspace-industry-cluster/


And a really important news, about the creation the a new space agency between differents countries, in this case, about  the PAN-ARAB space agency, between, eleven countries...

http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/UAE_announces_pan-Arab_body_for_space_programme_999.html

https://africanews.space/egypt-algeria-morocco-sudan-join-arab-space-cooperation-group/

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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #29 on: 03/21/2019 06:20 am »
Here's the list of countries.

UAE
Saudi Arabia
Bahrain
Oman
Egypt
Algeria
Morocco
Jordan
Lebanon
Sudan
Kuwait
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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #30 on: 04/07/2019 04:25 pm »
The central Asian states, want her own satellites, and now are in conversation with Kazajistan...

https://spacewatch.global/2019/03/central-asian-states-discuss-cooperation-on-common-earth-observation-satellite-project/

And Tunisia, make official, they will have her own satellite, thanks to invest of the company Telnet...


https://spacewatch.global/2019/04/tunisias-telnet-to-launch-challenge-one-satellite-with-gk-launch-services/

Maybe in 10 years, almost every countries have her own satellite  8)




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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #31 on: 04/07/2019 08:52 pm »
The central Asian states, want her own satellites, and now are in conversation with Kazajistan...

https://spacewatch.global/2019/03/central-asian-states-discuss-cooperation-on-common-earth-observation-satellite-project/

And Tunisia, make official, they will have her own satellite, thanks to invest of the company Telnet...


https://spacewatch.global/2019/04/tunisias-telnet-to-launch-challenge-one-satellite-with-gk-launch-services/

Maybe in 10 years, almost every countries have her own satellite  8)
Per the launch contract for next year this is the first sat for Tunisia's Challenge ONE First Generation Constellation which will consist of 30 on orbit satellites launched on Soyuz-2.1a Fregat-M's from multiple cosmodromes starting in 2020:
https://ria.ru/20190401/1552299478.html

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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #32 on: 07/17/2021 12:44 am »
The first Burmese, Paraguayan, and Moldovan satellites were launched aboard the Cygnus NG-15 spaceship SS Katherine Johnson last February, if anyone's aware.

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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #33 on: 07/17/2021 01:08 am »
The central Asian states, want her own satellites, and now are in conversation with Kazajistan...

https://spacewatch.global/2019/03/central-asian-states-discuss-cooperation-on-common-earth-observation-satellite-project/

And Tunisia, make official, they will have her own satellite, thanks to invest of the company Telnet...


https://spacewatch.global/2019/04/tunisias-telnet-to-launch-challenge-one-satellite-with-gk-launch-services/

Maybe in 10 years, almost every countries have her own satellite  8)
Per the launch contract for next year this is the first sat for Tunisia's Challenge ONE First Generation Constellation which will consist of 30 on orbit satellites launched on Soyuz-2.1a Fregat-M's from multiple cosmodromes starting in 2020:
https://ria.ru/20190401/1552299478.html
The first Challenge ONE satellite was launched last March (https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2021/03/russia-rideshare-mission-commercial-soyuz/).

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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #34 on: 07/18/2021 10:43 pm »
For an all domestic push from an african space agency, have there been many recent proposals for spaceports in africa? Southern edge of Somalia doesn't seem shabby for both GEO and polar launches...

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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #35 on: 07/19/2021 12:21 am »
For an all domestic push from an african space agency, have there been many recent proposals for spaceports in africa? Southern edge of Somalia doesn't seem shabby for both GEO and polar launches...
Not financially viable given huge cost spaceport would need to spend on security. Anybody working there would want danger money.


Would allow Somalians to be the first space pirates.

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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #36 on: 07/19/2021 03:13 am »
For an all domestic push from an african space agency, have there been many recent proposals for spaceports in africa? Southern edge of Somalia doesn't seem shabby for both GEO and polar launches...
Not financially viable given huge cost spaceport would need to spend on security. Anybody working there would want danger money.


Would allow Somalians to be the first space pirates.

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Turkey last February hatched a plan to build a spaceport in Somalia to support a planned 2028 lunar mission.

South Africa's technology sector could revive the RSA-3 program and even form a joint venture with Cuba's military-owned industry to create a 140 foot tall space rocket with mothballed FROG-7 missiles strapped to the core stage as boosters, given Cuba's fraternal bonds with South Africa. Kenya, Angola, and Namibia could become minor partners in this joint venture, and Cuba afterwards will create a homegrown space rocket with reverse-engineered RSA-3 components that looks like a scaled-up Unha or Simorgh.

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Re: Space emerging countries
« Reply #37 on: 01/02/2023 02:06 pm »
Mexico seeks India's support in building and launching remote sensing satellite

https://www.wionews.com/india-news/mexico-seeks-indias-support-in-building-and-launching-remote-sensing-satellite-548743

The chief of the Mexican space agency has sought the support of India in building and launching a remote sensing satellite. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will work on this proposal with the support of India's External Affairs Ministry. This request from Mexico is part of the ongoing cooperation activities between India and Mexico in Earth observation.

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