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Successful South African space company sets sights for cutting-edge satellite equipment

28 June 2018:

Bolstered by the anniversary of their first camera operating in outer space and being chosen to develop space hardware for a unique science mission currently orbiting the moon, a South African satellite company is now poised to deliver the highest resolution hyperspectral camera yet to fit into a Cubesat.


Beyond the moon – A South African Success Story in Outer Space

28 May 2018:

South African-developed space hardware forms a critical part of a unique science mission on a relay satellite, destined as a means of communications for an unprecedented Chinese lunar landing and rover operation on the far side of the moon later this year


South African Satellite creates business for local Industry

29 March 2018:

A South African manufactured nano-satellite orbiting Earth since May last year is doing so well that it has generated sales of some of its sub-systems on the international satellite market


nSight-1 120 days in orbit

28 September 2017:

The nSight-1 mission has recently achieved yet another milestone in that it is operational now for more than 120 days in space.


SCS Space’s nSight-1 nanosatellite: picture perfect

4 July 2017:

nSight1 is a nanosatellite designed and built by South African based SCS Space, a member of SCS Aerospace Group. Together with Pinkmatter Solutions and the Department of Trade and Industry, SCS Aerospace Group invested in the Sight1 nanosatellite which forms part of the European Commission’s QB50 project.


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