The front view of the Satellite dish at Kuntunse. Read More
Satellite Repair Works
Repair works being undertaken on the Satellite dish. Read More
A cross-section of the Panel at the meeting. Read More
A group photograph of the team that visited the project site. Read More


To establish a centre of excellence in space science and technology to foster teaching, learning, commercial application of space research for the economic transformation of Ghana and the sub-region.


These include assessing existing national infrastructure and capacity for space science and technology as well as building and enhancing national capacity for space science and technology. Read More


The Centre has planned a series of projects and activities ranging from short term through medium to long term. But the most immediate and current ones are outlined below. Read More


The Ghana Space Science and Technology Centre (GSSTC) is an arm (Institution) of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC), a public (national) research and academic (postgraduate and doctoral) institution which was established on January 01, 2011. The Centre, which is the brain-child of the Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology (MEST), is currently housed in the premises of the Commission’s Graduate School of Nuclear and Allied Sciences, Atomic Campus. The primary focus of the Centre is to coordinate, undertake, spearhead, steer and manage all space science (including Astronomy) programmes, projects and research activities in the country.