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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

Hon. Kafeero Sekitoleko presented us to Uganda’s Parliamentary Floor for the first time, he caused us to gain government’s recognition in Uganda. He understood our motives very well and offered us time, he motivated us that tomorrow holds more than yesterday, Because of him, we stood taller than the tallest in the private technology sector of Uganda. 
Thank you very much honorable.

What is your view of the developed Ugandan Alphabet?

It is good for Uganda

With time it will be good for Africa

It will highly contribute towards our country's meaning of independance

It is best appropriate for use under classified content

It is not of great use in anyway

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[news] Shocking news for astronomers
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[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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[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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[news] In Loving memory of Jessy Wamala
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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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[news] Ball from the skies
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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 NOT 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 weight 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
To get videos about our tests, please request them by emailing
Thank You

Tuesday 11 August 2015

This machine is a Baby incubator or NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit)
It was fully manufactured from here in Uganda, technicians got hands off last November, 2014. Since then it has been under testing and awaiting a Presidential way forward. Below are some of the features:
1. Monitors SP02 (Oxygen in baby's blood)
2. Heart Bpm (Heart Beats per min)
3. Shows a pulse graph for the heart
4. Monitors breathing and alarms if baby stops breathing
5. Everything controlled by touch screen monitor
6. Manufactures oxygen from enviroment
7. You can set tempreture between 32, to 38c
8. Humid between 60 to 100%
9. It has a computer controlled anti mosquito system
10. Wireless device which transmits data to a nurse so that they don't have to sit and monitor the machine in one place.
It is a computer which refills water whenever required.
11 machine runs on windows 7 
12 Automatic humidifier 
13 Automatic sanitizer 
This machine has tons of more great features. 
To watch its demonstration video, please click here
This machine has been technically tested; it was manufactured under the "Save Children Campaign" within the African Space Research programme.
We are waiting on H.E. The President for deployment instructions then it starts saving lives immediately;  as you read this, a premature baby has just died somewhere in Uganda. 

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Monday 10 August 2015

African Space Research Programme "Save A Life Campaign" manufactured a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in Uganda to help save lives of premature babies in Uganda, Africa.
Please watch the above video to witness a demonstration video of our machine's features.
Some people refer to these machines as baby incubators.

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African Space Research Programme has manufactured various advanced projects since 2009, please download our magazine to explore some of the projects we have manufactured, you will be shocked and surprised what is going on in Uganda/Africa silently.
Click here to download Magazine

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Friday 02 May 2014

This is a project that has functionality of a drone or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, it can deliver both civilian and military services. It has flight time of about 7hours, the faster you fly, the less flight hours you will attain before demanding a refill. Non radar detectable at close range operations between the ground controller and air radar. It has 2 cameras, customary made autopilot system, GPS instruments and much more. This project was engineered from here in Uganda by the African Space Research Programme. For intellectual reasons we will not magnify its technologies in details ,Just know Uganda has manufactured a flyable drone.
If Uganda needs these gadgets for the well being of our country, then it will be a pleasure  serving our country with more pieces, however on the side of Space Research, we hope to develop  Space drones,  that can reach space then return back to earth. That is our next step which will need to be supported by all well-wishers. In the world as of now, no country owns a space drone,  At African Space Research Programme we hope to be the first to release  the first Space drone in the world.
Special thanks to Chris and his technical team.

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Wednesday 27 January 2016

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Ladies & Gentlemen,
Before May of 2016, African Space Research Programme in Uganda is scheduled to launch a life into the space neighborhood as part of the efforts boosting Space Research in Africa. 
Astro-physics technicians are still hands on in the manufacturing process. 
Details of this project will be uploaded soon.
If you would like to participate in this mission in anyway, please feel free to contact the head technician of this mission via whatsapp +256775171881 or on twitter:
Together, Lets win an African Scientist Award Again; Lets set history once again!!!!

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Friday 22 January 2016

The desert peninsula of Paracas is located on the southern coast of one of South America’s most enigmatic countries: Peru. It is there, in this barren landscape where Peruvian archeologist Julio Tello made one of the most mysterious discoveries in 1928. During excavations, Tello uncovered a complex and sophisticated graveyard under the harsh soil of the Paracas desert.In the enigmatic tombs, Tello discovered a set of controversial human remains that would forever change how we look at our ancestor and our origins. The bodies in the tombs had some of the largest elongated skulls ever discovered on the planet, called the Paracas skulls. The Peruvian archeologist discovered over 300 mysterious skulls which are believed to be at least around 3000 years old.
As if the shape of the skulls wasn’t mysterious enough, a recent DNA analysis performed on some of the skulls presented some of the most enigmatic and incredible results that challenge everything we know about the origin and human evolutionary tree.

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Monday 17 August 2015

Doctor Lex.K From Malawi visited the Ugandan Made Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU or Baby incubator), we had a demonstration walkthrough of how the machine functioned and he said job well done, in his statement he said
 “If every government hospital would have only one of these, it would save thousands of human lives, the leading cause of death in Premature babies are non-stable temperatures” 

Thank you very much Doctor for visiting our works, another record has been set at ASRP.

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Tuesday 30 June 2015

African Space Research Programme has released the first Ugandan Alphabet.   All alphabetical letters in the Ugandan alphabet hold meaning reflecting that letter, this alphabet was composed in a duration period of two years by Christopher Nsamba
This alphabet is in use within the African Space Research Programme as you read, and it has been fully copyrighted.   
We look forward towards teaching Ugandans this type of alphabet through the Ugandan Government. Please feel free to share this alphabet, feel free to learn it, you can download a larger picture of our alphabet by clicking below:

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Tuesday 21 April 2015

Charles Bolden Director NASA liked our facebook page which is African Space Research Programme. To Mr. Charles.B, thank you for liking our work, your remark is of great motivation to me and my team, down here in Africa we are proud of NASA, but most of all we are proud of you for your contribution within NASA. 
We shall always aim higher than highest; May God Bless You, May God Bless NASA, America, May God Bless Uganda, Africa with the African Space Research Programme; and enable us accomplish space related missions successfully. 
One Day, African Space Research Programme and Nasa will become closer than ever. Ohraa! Once again, thank you very much Mr. Director.
Chris Nsamba, Founder African Space Research Programme 

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bullet3 gracemahad

the greatest tragedy is not death but to live a life without a purpose, let your life count in this generation, there is a reason you were not born 100 years back, but you came at a time like this to showcase the beauty of that part of heaven God put in you, thanks for the love and the support for A.S.R.P........
bullet3 muggaga1

Yes Mahad you are right!
bullet3 Admin

Thanks Mahad, Brains are better than words, we have survived to date, Sad enough, the taller we grow, the more a group of people try to take us down, instead of setting up rebellions, it would have been better if them too work like we do. Once again, thanks alot Mahad.
bullet3 gracemahad

I wants to say a big thank you to mr. Chris Nsamba for your commitment to the vision and all your efforts thank you so much. And to all the bad talkers,that say nonsense about ASRP this is my message for you "A BIG HEAD WITHOUT BRAINS,IS A BIG BURDEN TO THE SHOULDERS,AND A SMALL HEAD WITH BIG BRAINS IS A BLESSING TO HUMANITY"

Its better to try than to do nothing , action speaks louder than words.

All of you that sticked to the ASRP throught the years, trust me one day you will be glad

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