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

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The Innovations
Behind ANU SSTL

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 [...]
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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 [...]
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GhanaSat-1

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 [...]
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News Feed

GhanaSat-1 Project Leader Honored

The International Astronautic Federation (IAF) has conferred the 2017 Best Interactive Presentation Award to Mr Benjamin Bonsu, the leader of the GhanaSat-1 Project that launched Ghana’s first satellite into space on July 7, 2017. The award was given in recognition of his presentation on GhanaSat-1 and the current space activities in Ghana at the 68th …

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 …

Register for the Special Lecture at the SSSTA Conference!

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  • The speaker, Prof. Jyh-Ching Juang is one of the premier researchers of Global Navigation Satellite System, with a wealth of experience and numerous advanced algorithms developed for GNSS receivers and applications. The objectives of this lecture are to learn about the recent developments and trends in CubeSats, gain knowledge in the planning and execution phases of a typical satellite mission with emphasis on CubeSats, as well as understanding the subsystems of a typical small scale satellite. This unique opportunity is FREE! Register before November 20th, 12:00 PM to catch a seat.