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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

What should be our next project to manufacture

A project to monitor & head to space with a rocket

A project to extract acid from acid burnt people

A bed which can oxygen, breath & heart support critically sick people

Technology which can help recover planes at sea able to send beacons for years not month like current blackboxes

A radio telescope able to visualize objects billions of miles away from earth

A Radiotherapy Machine (Like that which broke down in Mulago Hospital)

Start making satellite prototypes for surveillance & communication

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[news] Shocking news for astronomers
Posted by gracemahad on 18 Nov : 23:29
Woooow, wonders and miracles are hobbies of the lo [more ...]

[news] Shocking news for astronomers
Posted by muggaga1 on 22 Feb : 10:56
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!
Posted by tadeo45 on 27 Feb : 04:55
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
Posted by tadeo45 on 17 Feb : 00:57
The skyler in self

[news] Aim For The Skies
Posted by Admin on 30 Dec : 18:20
Thank you very much Sir for your words of motivati [more ...]

[news] Aim For The Skies
Posted by jkizza on 28 Dec : 11:28
We appreciate all the efforts you're putting in to [more ...]

[news] Ball from the skies
Posted by tadeo45 on 23 Dec : 07:37
this is actually very intriguing. but upon further [more ...]

[news] A Visitor From Far Away
Posted by tadeo45 on 12 Dec : 01:06
haha...proud are those who are in one familly.Afri [more ...]

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Aircraft Name: African Skyhawk
Estimated Max Weight: 620kg
Estimated Takeoff weight: 1000kg
Estimated Cruise Speed: 320km/h+ 
Maximum Cruise Distance: 3100km
Maximum Cruise Altitude: 25000ft+
Purpose: Astronomical Research
Fuel Type: 100LL Jet fuel
Number Of Persons On Board: 1 pilot, 1 researcher
Safety Features: Manual Eject system, and sea landing
Wing Specifics: Span: 31ft, Cord: 3.5ft
Estimated Takeoff speed: 120km/h

We would like to thank Mrs. Joan Stewart for her contribution towards Africa, if it wasn’t of her, this project wouldn’t be going on today in Africa, she is a major contributor towards the making of African History; By her fueling Chris Matovu before he became CEO of the ASRP, what you see today has become possible on African Soils.
Thank you very much Mrs. Joan Stewart

The above picture consists of the floor at a pre-finished stage, including the cockpit side and instrument panels all at a pre-finished stage
Above picture is of the canopy open taken from the front to the rear side angle
In the above picture you can see the pilot's stick, finishing hasn't been applied at this stage
In the above picture we have a side left angle view, front to the rear of the African Skyhawk, at this stage body skinning hasn't been applied yet on the fuselage
Above is the Right side panel of the cockpit, that blue light you see indicates that the trimmers are armed, the red switch selects the trimmer to execute.
In the above picture is a view angle of the cockpit; shot taken when cameraman was standing on the left wing with the canopy open
In this picture you have a straight view of the cockpit showoff at dawn
This is a left shot of the aircraft side tail to the front
In this picture you can see the left wing navigation light show off at evening hours
In the above picture you can see the steel ropes connected to the stick, These won't be visible after cockpit finishing has been applied
Here we have another straight shot taken at evening hours
The abive picture consists of the tailfin, finishing and final touches haven't been applied at this stage.
Here we have a night shot of the left wing
The above picture is of the fuselage to the front view of the aircraft, taken during evening hours.
In this picture you can view the left wing being worked upon
Above pictire is of the left wing, final touches and finishing haven't been applied at this stage
The left wing being worked upon by one of ASRP Technicians on day three
Above you can view the cockpit show off after Chris matovu had completed the left panel wiring


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Kalumba Daniel

African Skyhawk Updates October KALUMBA 11 Oct : 07:02 Reply to this
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Registered: 11 Oct : 06:45
This is great work team and you are really going to make Africa proud especially Uganda.We are with you all the way.Yes we can

African Skyhawk Updates October saviour 15 Oct : 11:56 Reply to this
Comments: 3

Registered: 15 Oct : 10:25
tugenda bwengula, let uganda shine! wow the technical is indeed God sent. I really appreciate your work.

African Skyhawk Updates October derricklilldude 08 Dec : 13:11 Reply to this
Comments: 5

Registered: 12 Oct : 12:48
" When we start our journey, the destination seems the most important thing. But when we reach there, we realize that actually the journey was our destiny."Do not worry about a team. Whenever you start to work with pure thoughts, automatically a team will form

APPRECIATION Brayo 30 Dec : 14:31 Reply to this

Let me use this opportunity to thank each & every person who participated in this project because its always good to practice what u know & learn t 4rom others, please keep it up because "most" of us are sure that your struggle will come to a success.

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