Welcome to ANU SSTL. We're a team of young innovators set to conquer space to benefit humankind.

Our Projects

Watch the launch of GhanaSat-1

The Innovations

Our journey has been nothing short of sheer determination, laser focus and team effort...

After 4 years of continuous development and improvements, we are proud to present the most important projects to date. We believe this is the beginning of an amazing journey.

CanSat Development

The first step in the establishment of educational projects was the CANSAT program. The CANSAT is a miniature satellite, with components such as sensors, actuators, and GPS, housed inside a 500-ml Can [...]

Ground Station

The ANU-SSTL Amateur Ground Station was designed, developed and installed by the students of All Nations University in 2014 and has been licensed by the Ghana National Communication Authority [...]


A 1U experimental CubeSat, which weighs 1000 grams to be launched to an altitude of 400km above the earth's surface sometime in early 2017, is currently under development by ANU-SSTL staff [...]

News Feed

2017 World Space Week

  The All Nations University College (ANUC), the institution that put Ghana on the world map following the successful launch of Ghana’s first satellite dubbed GhanaSat-1 into  the orbit in July this year, has trained hundreds of young girls in Space Technology as part of the 2017 World Space Week ,celebrated worldwide annually from October …

GhanaSat-1 – The Journey

The quest of the All Nations University College (ANUC) from Koforidua, Ghana to make the country a space-faring nation took a giant leap forward when the first-ever successfully designed and developed satellite by Ghanaian students took place in Japan. It was then handed over to the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) after going through a rigorous safety …


During the 68th International Astronautical Congress, held in Adelaide, Australia from 25 – 29 September 2017, the IAF General Assembly at its second session on September 29, selected Dubai as Host City for IAC 2020. The Hosting Organization is the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center – MBRSC, a member of IAF since 2012. The dates of the […]

IAF and the Association of Space Explorers to host a joint Session at the 30th Planetary Congress in Toulouse (16 – 20 October 2017)

In continuation of a fruitful partnership the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) and the Association of Space Explorers (ASE) will host a joint technical session at the ASE 30th Planetary Congress in Toulouse (16 – 20 October 2017).   The Session will focus on “The International Space Station – Its Challenges and Rewards” and will take […]

60th anniversary of Sputnik launch

Congratulations! 1957: Sputnik satellite blasts into space; Sputnik transmitted information via radio signals to Soviet scientists for three weeks. Watch full video here:  


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  • Our incredible journey needs your support more than ever. We want to expand our mission to serve Ghana and that's where you can play an important.
    The ANU SSTL Team