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On September 12, 1962, US President John Fitzgerald Kennedy said, " … We choose to go to the moon during this coming decade and do other things, not because it is easy, but because it is difficult. Because this goal will make able to organize and to give the best of our energies and our know-how, because this is the challenge we are ready to meet, the one we refuse to postpone for latter, the one we have the firm intention to win ... ".

Like JF Kennedy, we choose to bring together all the following actors ; institutions, industries and researchers from the fields of space and aeronautics. Not because it is easy but precisely because it is difficult, because this goal will make it possible for all the african population to have a better understanding challenges in satellite and aeronautical applications turned toward the sustainable development of the African continent. It also enables African decision-makers to optimize the use of these latter applications.

This is the reason for which we created the African Aeronautics & Space Organization (AASO).

The AASO will bring together institutions, industries and researchers from space and aeronautics fields.


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Every action counts in order to move forward such a great project. You can support us by proposing your ideas, by communicating around you about the AASO's goals, by getting in touch with future members or partners, by making a donation to AASO. You can also become a member of the AASO sympathizers club.

  • Participate in the AASO project and benefit from sharing experiences with experts
  • Benefit from a subscription to a newsletter around aerospace theme
  • Benefit from a catalog of job training / jobs offers followed by advice for job search
  • Participate in the meeting organized by the AASO at a preferential price
  • Benefit from African awareness training at preferential prices
  • Institutional members support

    You can support us by proposing your ideas, by communicating around you about the AASO's goals, by getting in touch with future members or partners, by making a donation to AASO. You can also become a member of the AASO

  • Become an ex-officio member of the AASO supporters club
  • Participate in the development of aeronautics and space science on the African continent
  • Contribute to development actions on the African continent
  • Participate in reflections related to aeronautics and space science on the African continent
  • Participate in AASO's development strategy by integrating and / or proposing AASO work commissions
  • Benefit from personalized meetings with African institutions, industry and researchers related to aeronautics and space sciences
  • Benefit from the media visibility of AASO during international events in the space and aeronautics fields
  • Benefit from African awareness training at preferential prices
  • Industrial firms and organizations partnership support

    You can support us by proposing your ideas, by communicating around you about the AASO's goals, by getting in touch with future members or partners, by making a donation to AASO. You can also become a member of the AASO

  • Become an ex-officio member of the AASO supporters club
  • Participate in the development of aeronautics and space science on the African continent
  • Contribute to development actions on the African continent
  • Participate in reflections related to aeronautics and space sciences of the African continent
  • Benefit from personalized meetings with African institutions, industry and researchers related to aeronautics and space sciences
  • Benefit from the media visibility of the AASO during international events in the space and aeronautics field
  • Benefit from sensitization trainings in Africa at preferential prices
  • Facing wars, terrorism forces and uncontrol migrations, borders and lands must be secured and closely monitored. Combat zones must be observed and communications be mastered. The armed forces and the humanitarian non-governmental organizations must be supported.

    Facing new threats, new solutions must be therefore invented.

    The use of satellites and the drones is a way providing specific assistance to African countries to effectively combat those issues. How could this be done? At which cost and with which skills?

    Paris’s COP 21 of November 2015 international summit convinced the world that substantial efforts must be made to combat the degradation of our environment. Africa, home to the Congo Basin, the second largest green area in the world after Amazonia, is victim of the inexorable disruption of its ecosystem.

    Current technologies allow us to observe climate change from the sky, to foresee its evolution and therefore to take appropriate decisions in order to combat climate deregulation ; thus to preserve our environment sustainably.

    Nowadays how do drones and satellites carrie out these actions? At which cost and under which conditions?

    According to the International Union of Telecommunications, mobile telecommunications in Africa represent a global turnover of 56 billion USD in 2010 and more than 3.5 million direct and undirect jobs. Which is about 60% penetration rate for whole Africa. These figures show how important mobile telecommunications are for the African economy. To overcome issues due to various infrastructure delays, telecommunications system development has proved to be a necessity.

    How do satellites contribute to the development of telecommunications? What are the challenges of using satellite technology tool for African countries? Is the use of satellites for telecommunications financially beneficial?

    AASO was created to reflect, to act and to show that aeronautical and space sciences are vectors contributing to the sustainable development of the African continent. All forces eager to join us in order to meet security, environmental, demographic and humanitarian challenges present in the African continent at the dawn of the 21st century are more than welcome.

    The AASO will bring together not only institutions, industries, but also space and aeronautical researchers and scientists. In order to operate smoothly, AASO is seeking public and private fundings. Conducting development actions requires a permanent presence on the field. Also, it is crucial to have and to engage some permanent cooperation with local resources and actors. Furthermore, looking for and following-up African talents is requiring heavy logistical forces as well.


    Aeronautics and space sciences for sustainable development of the African continent
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    African Aeronautics & Space Organisation
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