SANSA Space Science research makes the SAJS front page The latest issue of the South African Journal of Science (SAJS) features an image of a sprite on the cover, drawn from the work of SANSA Space Science researchers Stanislaus Nnadih (PhD

JAXA ferries a bevy of instruments to tiny asteroid The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s Hyabusa II mission reached the tiny Ryugu asteroid in late September 2018, where the breadbox-sized probe released two miniscule “hopper” rovers, MINERVA-IIA and MINERVA-IIB, and captured incredible

SpaceX makes history. Twice! In what seemed like science fiction until it happened, a billionaire built the most powerful rocket in existence, put a car he built on top of it, and launched it into space. The South African born tech