The South African National Space Agency (SANSA) was established in 2010. Following a period of rapid growth and transition the agency has made significant advancements towards addressing its mandate of deriving greater value from space science and technology for the benefit of South African society.


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Landsat 8 Colour infrared composite 543 the Johannesburg.

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Cosmo City

SPOT6 image captured in 2016 showing a view of Cosmo City from space. Cosmo City which lies to the northwest of Johannesburg’s city centre is R3,5-billion greenfield project developed in an environmentally sensitive area. Large amounts of space were reserved for conservation purposes to protect indigenous fauna and flora. The suburb is not only a welcoming haven for people of all social and financial backgrounds but also a testament to innovation and sustainable development practices. The city of Johannesburg embarked on an ambitious solar geyser project, the first of its kind, which saw the fitment of geysers and solar panels to residents homes. Satellite imagery from sensors such as SPOT 6 and 7, afford analysts and town planners in government critical geo-intelligence needed for developments such as Cosmo City.

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Produced at SANSA Earth Observation. SPOT6: Copyright © 2013 Airbus DS. All rights reserved.


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