The SANSA facility in Hartebeesthoek is part of an international effort to track Chandrayaan 2 and ensure that it will land safely on the Moon.
SpaceOps 2020 Abstract submissions for posters and oral presentations now open! The organising committee of the SpaceOps 2020 conference, invite you to submit your abstract and papers to the upcoming 16th International Conference on Space Operations (SpaceOps 2020) which will be
SANSA hosted a delegation from the Russian State Space Corporation (ROSCOSMOS) at Hartebeeshoek.
On 15 November 2018, SANSA hosted General Charles Bolden, the United States Science Envoy and former NASA Administrator, at the ground station in Hartebeeshoek.
As the sun set on Space Operations 2018 in Marseille, France, it was with a sense of pride that the South African delegates witnessed the SANSA CEO, Dr Val Munsami accept the SpaceOps flag for the coming two years. SpaceOps2018
The much anticipated event for the global Space Operations industry is underway in Marseille, France. SpaceOps2018 draws thousands of industry experts and leaders in space to this event every two years. SANSA is currently participating through an exhibition to promote
SpaceOps 2016 is being hosted by KARI (Korea Aerospace Research Institute) and takes place from 16-20 May 2016 at the Dajeon Convention Centre in Korea. SANSA is represented by executives and operations teams. The purpose of the SpaceOps Conference is
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="400"] Telstar 12V satellite[/caption] The festive season is generally a time of rest for many people, however, SANSA is always dedicated to the service of humanity through space and technology and space launches are big business. The month of
The ongoing business relationship between the Hartebeesthoek tracking station and the French space agency, Centre Nationale'Etudes Spatiales(CNES) resulted in SANSA signing the largest space mission support contract yet with the French agency since the first contract in the early 1980s