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Events this Month: 2



Thank you very much for having been there for ASRP, because of you ASRP is lifting Uganda to Space; if it wasn't of you, ASRP wouldn't make it.
No forthcoming events

Thank you very much Mr.Vice President, Thank you very much Mr.PPS Lutaya Kivumbi, because of them efforts, Uganda is heading to space; We would have failed!

Thank you very much Haji Mukasa, men, fathers like him; them words fuel young understanding boys of Uganda motivating us to aim highest.
Thank you Mr.Mukasa, you helped ASRP mold into a man; but most of all, You gave us hope for a tomorrow, today the tomorrow came

Thank you very much Madam Amelia Kyambade, she participated in the parliamentary floor decision of Ugandan Parliament adopting to African Space Research Programme through the report the science committee presented. Thank you very much Madam for being part of the honorable members who backed ASRP in parliament.

What is your view if African Space Research Programme conducts its research and project executions jointly with KIU university?

it is great

Not a good idea

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Thank you very much Ugandan Parliament (Science committee) if it wasn't of you, Civil Aviation Authority was looking forward towards terminating ASRP's space operations in Uganda claiming that "in international laws it is illegal for Uganda manufacturing space related projects" Uganda is reaching space because of you Ladies & Gentlemen. Thanks
[poll] What is your view if African Space Research Programme conducts its research and project executions jointly with KIU university?
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[news] Shocking news for astronomers
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Yes CEO that is very amazing discovery to those wh [more ...]

[news] Brake Time
Posted by tadeo45 on 14 Mar : 14:52
the sky is the limit.

[poll] Which local media houses should we allow to film the Skyler while it is being tested on Runway, your choice, your say!
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let all the Tv stations film the skyler because s [more ...]

[news] In Loving memory of Jessy Wamala
Posted by tadeo45 on 20 Feb : 04:34
may he so rest in PEACE.HE IS DEARLY MISSED

[news] Paliamentary Science Comitee
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The skyler in self

[news] Aim For The Skies
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[news] Aim For The Skies
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We appreciate all the efforts you're putting in to [more ...]

[news] Ball from the skies
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[news] A Visitor From Far Away
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 H.E The Vice President Of Uganda inspecting and taking briefing about the first made Ugandan Drone. Briefing conducted by African Space Research Programme Founder Chris Nsamba in red.

Welcome to the African Space Research Program This is an agency located in Uganda with a core representation in Dallas/Ft which handles all international matters outside Africa. Our association currently has over one thousand members; it is a non profit agency dedicated towards conducting space sciences basing on African soils. In this association we do manufacture space related projects like: satellites, space craft to enable an  African's hand reach further!
We do copy and paste work from other sources, we stand independently, and execute our technologies as an association. 

As of now we have manufactured two projects, one an advanced type of military craft, the second is PROJECT X which will be introduced in 2014 as soon as we get clearance from the Ugandan government. 
At the same time, in our association we're training pilots & astronauts, our association is not certified to license pilots, so after our training they will have to go to a certified pilot school, test & acquire a flying license. For our astronauts, we will certify them our selves, since we're the first association to manufacture space crafts in Africa, within our students we can tell who is ready to thrust beyond the skies! 

Our view of Space Research
It is not about completion, it is about we Earthly residents joining a hand to have a better outreach in our skies. All of us reside on one planet; it is like we are sited on the same boat and getting to understand what surrounds our boat at sea is a major concern for all people on board. In this case, we are all onboard this giant ship referred to as Earth, it is for our own good working together as Earth residents to extend our hands further into space for our own goodness.
To the world, it is shocking for Africa practicing space sciences. However, the first civilization in the world was in Africa, politics, and Earthly human interests caused Africa to lose its ancient civilization superiority; however, we are in a reviving stat to resurrect Africa and it joins its fellow Earthly residents trying to better understand the skies.   To us it is not about competition, it is about we Earth residents setting up a better foundation for our future generations, Many continents are practicing space sciences, however Africa until recent, it was leaving the homework to other  continents; This is like driving a car on 3 wheels, when the forth wheel is carried by the 3.
As Africans, we are here to join hands with our fellow brothers and sisters worldwide in order to make miracles happen in Earth’s skies. At African Space Research Programme we are ready to work with anyone, any agency, any company which can best help us advance our projects; we need sponsorship to our projects. We have self sponsored various projects since 2008 as individuals, we need a stronger arm to make better things happen. If deep inside you feel this is your call, please do take that responsibility, any assistance of any format is welcome. 
For well wishers who wish to support financially: 
We accept Paypal
We accept Bank Wire too/TT
Bank Name: Bank Of Africa
Beneficiary Name: African Space Research Program
Branch: Ntinda/Kampala Uganda
Swift Code: AFRIUGKA
Account number: 03573470001
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Thank You

Monday 15 September 2014

Job Announcement

African Space Research Programme is in need of a ship captain who can comfortably set sail on Lake victoria both day or night. This ship is about 70ft long, interested Captains can send their resume to  asrp @

Thank You
Chris Nsamba ( African Space Research Programme CEO)

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Tuesday 02 September 2014

African Space Research Programme to launch a nationwide campaign aimed towards teaching space sciences within the Ugandan community; this will boost space science knowledge within the Ugandan citizens, we will have Tv stations and radio stations cover these events however we need sponsoring of these missions. Sponsorship could be:
(1). Fuel
(2). Upcountry Accommodation
(3). Financial Funding
(4). Advertisements
(5). Meals and much more, anything that can support these space teachings!

All interested companies/persons in sponsoring these educative teachings, can  call +256-77-517-1881 for details.

" If We Don’t Educate Our Fellow Africans, Who Will? Let’s Do This As Parents, Space Sciences Are The Future To Our Young ones & Us! We May Not Be Superior, But Let’s Set a Foundation for the Future one’s Superiority"

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Friday 13 June 2014

Internationally, Chris is regarded as Africa's sky hero;, In Africa, He is classified as a "One Candle"
Tomorrow holds more than yesterday!! Enjoy the Video.

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Thursday 17 April 2014

Your opinion is needed, do you think it is a good idea African Space Research Programme mixing up with KIU university to execute space sciences?
Please do cast your vote by visiting the poll on the left.

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Tuesday 19 February 2013

The above picture is of Chris explaining to H.E The Vice president Of Uganda the functions, features of Cadimella Space Observer in Jinja/Kimaka
Above picture is of Chris talking to a person in U.S, controlling Cadimella Space Observer in Jinja while the audience in the background watched, the call was made using a volunteer's phone who was part of security. Cadimella responded to Texas/U.S commands outstandingly.
Let it be put on record that PPS to the Vice President Mr. Lutaya Kivumbi has done an outstanding job to enable you view the miracles you are viewing today. We acknowledge that if it wasn't of him and other good hearted gentlemen like Richard-Supervisor Sciences State House, Obua.D-Parliamentary Science committee, Dr. Sam Okunzi, member of parliamentary Science committee, we would have failed at ASRP. Thank you gentlemen, thank you very much, once again, Thank you Mr. Vice President

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Wednesday 26 December 2012

Civil Aviation Authority Intervenes in unnecessary events for personal/political interests, leaving out those that concern its line of duty.
If you have been following up, CAA denied ASRP technicians an empty store for temporarily 12hrs and electricity for 30min to complete its space project claiming it is illegal offering a store to ASRP for 12 hours, adding on; it's illegal too assisting ASRP with power for 30minutes to do quick painting. That day ASRP was reported to all Top CAA Uganda offices for illegally trying to obtain power and storage at Kimaka; CAA command took action by denying ASRP its requests, Mr.Muneza head of Safety at CAA adding on that  “ASRP sending projects in space is illegal in Uganda and they should be terminated” This was directly undermining the Ugandan Presidency which gave us a chance to serve our country; of which that couldn’t happen as easy as he/they thought! Now we have 53 year old planes at the same airfield crash landing, CAA never said a word, or took trouble inspecting them after this event on 10/Dec/2012, or suspending them for flight until Re-inspection; meaning planes crash-landing at the same airfield is legal to CAA and fine. This means CAA serves its own interests not protocol/Official guidlines.  
If you're liked by some top officials at CAA Uganda, even if something illegal happens, even if something goes wrong; you will remain un-touched but if you are disliked by some officials, even if you're doing something good for the country, something patriotic, they will look forward to failing you and classifying you illegal if you're operating on their airfields or Ugandan Airspace, they will attempt to use the law to stop you.
That’s sad but true, and soon or later the Ugandan Presidency will have to look into that because such things in the background are a major development failure cause in Africa/Uganda!  
However at CAA Uganda some officials are very understanding but their powers are limited in one way or another.   
Mr. Kakuba Mpango, the deputy director at CAA, came with MP Hon.Osegga at Kimaka, He introduced himself that “Am the Managing Director at CAA” he never knew we were well informed about Mr. Makuza the real managing director, he never said he is the deputy managing director, then he added on inappropriate words and insults we never expected a man of his position to throw out of his mouth regarding ASRP and Uganda's top command, he knows what he said.  
Also Makuza, the managing director isn’t clean at all, these gentlemen carryout actions that sincerely undermine their government bosses, if these allegations are wrong, let CAA deny them openly and we loose evidence, we have spread their evidence in all ASRP community, threatening to arrest ASRP command as CAA attempted to do so recently, that won’t help the evidence from getting into the world's ears. Reconcilement and a word of sorry is all it takes to we the share holders of ASRP.
We invested our money for the advancement of our country, you CAA got our money wasted by failing our technician’s efforts.  
Ugandan Parliament, the science committee instructed CAA to give us a warm welcome and work together, at ASRP we tried to be friendly to CAA's top officials but they kept on blaming us why we have presidency behind ASRP, adding this undermined their offices, and presidency doesn't tell them what to do, this is what has spoilt Uganda; they added. At ASRP we apologized to CAA if this issue offended them, hopping to have an end to the conflict but we were wrong.  
At ASRP we would like to make this crystal clear to CAA that we're not a threat to them, we have received information from trustable insiders within CAA that some officials think in the long run we might interfere with their soup. We will not interfere with CAA in anyway, so CAA, please take note of this and quit acting un-patriotic.
If it is making space projects, no one has refused you CAA to produce them, goahead and we both advance our country Uganda; instead of undergoing efforts to fail our efforts. CAA, in regard to science, how have you contributed in your field of air space? Why not pave way for we who are trying for the best of our country, CAA is an administrative body, ASRP are manufacturing scientists, these are remarks and boundaries both CAA and ASRP should use as a guide.
Below are one of the details when CAA went wrong openly:
In Uganda, Vine Air is a new flying school at Jinja airfield Eastern Uganda. The CEO Captain Dodd.Katendeigwa made a takeoff at 2:33pm on 10/Dec/2012 with two additional adults excluding him, and two youths likely under 10 years of age. After takeoff, he reached an altitude in between 2000ft-2500ft, then his 1960 year plane, a Beachcraft; its engine turned off, it ran dead while airborne.
He banked/Turned, attempted to glide it back to the runway, he managed to reach the airfield, as he was about 17ft above the ground before touchdown, it entered a free fall and hit the ground/stalled so hard; bounced, then landed again nose wheel first barely missing a prop strike.
This event was witnessed by various people including a CAA offical (Airfield In-charge) Mr.Osborn; however we are all grateful no injuries to the crew occurred, just shock. You could clearly view captain Dodds shirt vibrating because of shock, after this incident, Civil Aviation Authority never took trouble inspecting “The Vine Air” 3 planes prior to starting its flight school next year 2013. Even after this incident, these planes continued flying.
From CAA’s internal sources, it is said that prior to this crash landing, “The Vine Air” was carrying out illegal flights before acquiring a license, using connections they have in CAA to break the law.  At ASRP we cannot compliment on how authentic this allegation is, because we don’t work in CAA, but if this is true, “CAA, cross check the food you are cooking, it could be burning”
These planes are over 53 years old, it raises a question, how sure are we that they won’t cause deaths or serious injury to the pilot students? Civil Aviation Authority Uganda will definitely be the one to blame for a Ugandan flying school not meeting safety standards, if anything was to happen, first thing CAA would do is deny that it wasn't aware of this incident. Simple as that!
To Download Profile of the Pilot who crash-landed please click here
Just one more of the many CAA dirty games, as our technicians were at Kimaka, CAA (The official in-charge of Kimaka,Osborn) used to order ASRP to carry out rapid maintenance on the airfield, like welding doors in houses within the airfield, fixing water systems/tap thus saving money entitled for labor to himself. ASRP technicians failing to comply, they would find where else to access water; so they had to comply.
Below is a Picture taken around 15 minutes after the crash-land
Kimaka Airfield in Jinja, East Uganda/Busoga next to the Nile River

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Sunday 19 August 2012

The above video is from Kimaka, it shows Capt. Chris.N taxi testing the craft at Kimaka/Jinja. Tail controls including Rudder, elevator haven't been installed at this stage.
Please do watch and support this mission, we need serious help. Above is our budget

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