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This is a research article I co-authored as part of the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government Research Working Paper Series . It focuses on the theme of Space Technology for Sustainable Development and the unique role played by small satellites. https://www.hks.harvard.edu/publications/space-technology-and-africas-development-strategic-role-small-satellitesRead more "Space Technology and Africa’s Development: The Strategic Role of Small Satellites."
I am happy to share a link to my latest journal article scrutinizing the systems engineering methodologies and approaches of formulating and implementing space missions. A survey of space mission architecture and system actualisation methodologies This research seeks to improve space mission actualization methodologies by examining non-traditional emerging trends in space systems engineering practices. Further, we […]Read more "Space Systems Actualization"
Despite this early opportunity coming to Kenya’s doorstep, the country remained oddly aloof to adopt space technology as part of the national development agenda.Read more "Absurd Anecdote: History of Space Technology In Kenya"
Ascending to the terminal phase-8 of the proposed Kenya space sector road-map would render Kenya a pacesetter on the global space technology scene. Only a handful of nations unequivocally belong to this exclusive club. They are United States, Russia, and China. Closely behind are nations and organizations that have attained the capabilities described in phase-7. […]Read more "Kenya Space Sector Formulation—Phase 7 & 8"
After a protracted process stretching beyond 5 years, the African Union (AU) Space Working Group delivered the African Space Policy document late last year (African Space Strategy V10_1). This document was subsequently adopted by African education, science and technology ministers and is expected to be approved by the AU Heads of States Summit in January 2016. This is […]Read more "African Space Policy"
Happy 2016! Here is the http://www.spacekenya.org 2015 annual statistics report. Here’s an excerpt: A matatu holds 30 people. This blog was viewed about 3,400 times in 2015. If it were a matatu, it would take about 115 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the complete report.Read more "2015 in review"