CANSAT

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CANSAT

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PROJECTS CANSAT The first step in the establishment of educational projects was the CanSat project. The CanSat is an educational satellite, bearing all components of a satellite, such as...

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GROUND STATION

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GROUND STATION

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PROJECTS Amateur Satellite Ground Station The ANU-SSTL Amateur Ground Station being the first in Ghana and the Sub-Saharan Africa, was designed, developed and installed by indigenous engineers from All...

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AERONET

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AERONET

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PROJECTS AERONET The ANU-SSTL, in promoting Space Science and Research Innovation, had Engineers from NASA with ANU Engineers and students successfully installing a SUNPHOTOMETER as part of NASA’s Aerosol...

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GHANASAT-1

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GHANASAT-1

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PROJECTS GhanaSat-1 Ghana’s first satellite, GhanaSat-1 project was carried out by the Space Systems Technology Laboratory of the All Nations University [ANU-SSTL]. The project was part of series of...

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SPACE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY

The All Nations University Space Systems Technology Laboratory (ANU-SSTL), a laboratory under the Electronics and Communications Engineering department, has become a key feature in promoting research, development and innovation in Space Science and Satellite Technology in Ghana and Africa. The Laboratory was established in February 2012 following a sensitization workshop hosted by the University. The workshop organized as part of ANU’s celebration of a decade of innovation, excellence and quality higher education….
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The Big.Bigger team

Dr. Richard Damoah

Director, ANU-SSTL

Ing. Benjamin Bonsu

Co-Founder/ Project Manager

Our Mission

To promote and build human capacity in the area of Space Science and Satellite Technology through innovative research and development of educative projects to impact our society and Africa as a whole.

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GhanaSat-1 Track

You can now track the postion and location of GhanaSat-1 from your device. Click on the link below to explore our Satellite orbiting the earth.
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