News & Events
Kenya Space Agency in collaboration with team of professionals from Kenya Forest service were involved in a ground truthing exercise at Aberdare forest for the purposes of validating features that are captured in the classification process of an imagery are actually a true reflection of what is on the ground.
H.E. Mr Dmitry Maksimychev Ambassador of the Russian Federation to Kenya paid a courtesy call to KSA Ag DG Maj Gen Thomas Chepkuto to discuss areas of cooperation in space science, technology and application
Matthew Kopp paid a courtesy call to KSA Ag DG Maj Gen Thomas Chepkuto to discuss issues of mutual interest and collaboration between Kenya and United States on Space Technology applications.
The Ambassador of Ukraine to Kenya H.E Mr Andrii Pravednyk paid a courtesy call to KSA Ag DG Maj Gen Chepkuto to identify areas of cooperation between Kenya and Ukraine in Space technology applications.
Overview of the International Space Station. The International Space Station (ISS) is a joint project constructed by partnerships between multiple countries and is the largest single structure humans ever put into space.
Kenya Space Agency Gender Mainstreaming Committee engaged a consultant Prof. Wangari Mwai, to assist in development of the Agency Gender Mainstreaming Policy in line with Government broad policy on affirmative action in regard to gender.
Kenya Space Agency held a briefing session for the faculty of the institutions that had declared intent of participation in the advertised research chair sponsorship opportunities.
Kenya Space Agency project to support Natural Resources Management in the country through use of earth observation data analysis gets selected for support from the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) and Google Earth Engine (GEE).
Kenya Space Agency held consultations with County Executive Committee members for Lands Physical Planning,Housing and Urban Development on support to Counties on application of satellite imagery analysis for spatial planning.
The Kenya Space Agency on Monday 4 November 2019 opened a five-day training targeting university students at the Centre for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education in Africa(CEMASTEA).