Taking off: Africa’s space initiatives | AeroTime Weekend Special

WEEKEND READS | 19 May 2018

Taking off: Africa’s space initiatives | AeroTime Weekend Reads

It is no secret that Africa’s journey to space has been slow and, until recently, unremarkable. However, new projects on the continent focused on space technology look promising. Several African countries such as Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Ethiopia, Egypt and Algeria have shown a renewed interest in their space programs, including launching initiatives to use satellite technology.

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History hour: Operation Sage Burner crash

Operation SAGE BURNER ended tragically when a McDonnell F4H-1F Phantom II, Bu. No. 145316, crashed during a low-altitude supersonic speed run at the White Sands Missile Range near Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico.

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Opinion: Reminiscence of automation & aviation security change

When I joined aviation, aircraft systems were more complicated, writes Gonzalo Carrasco. Although planes were always associated with the most advanced technology, operating them was something that required a great specialization.

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