July 9, 2019

Huntsville, AL – I recently attended Advanced Space Academy at the U.S. Space and Rocket Centre, home of Space Camp®, Space Camp® Robotics™, Aviation Challenge®,…

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May 20, 2019

Marco’s African Place: The “Passing the Torch” Award was recently given to Board member, Bongi Radebe and Restauranteur Marco Radebe for their Years of Service…

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CTSS hosted on Ekse – Cape Town TV

March 20, 2019

CTSS hosted on Ekse – Cape Town TV

EKSE is Cape Town TV’s youth show that is aired on weekdays from 16:00 to 17:00 on Cape Town TV.

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The Cape Town Space Society Celebration of Prof Hal & Dr. Bettye Walker’s hard work to bring the first Chapter of the US National Space Society to The African Continent!

March 7, 2019

The Cape Town Space Society Celebration of Prof Hal & Dr. Bettye Walker’s hard work to bring the first Chapter of the US National Space Society to The African Continent!

By Los Angeles Sentinel News Service, USA Published March 7, 2019 Dr. Bettye Walker (L) with students and attendees at Opening. South Africa welcomed the…

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National Space Society launched in SA – Tabletalk News

February 27, 2019

National Space Society launched in SA – Tabletalk News

Challenge the impossible Science and technology have come a long way since the moon landing of 1969, and right now, humanity seems closer than ever…

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15 year old Cape Town Space Society member is on his way to Advanced Space Academy… and possibly Mars!

February 25, 2019

15 year old Cape Town Space Society member is on his way to Advanced Space Academy… and possibly Mars!

His dream is to one day go to Mars… and his acceptance to a prestigious Space Academy in the USA, is his stepping stone to…

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Prof. Hal & Dr. Bettye Walker Making History Opening the first Chapter of the National Space Society on the African Continent.

January 28, 2019

Prof. Hal & Dr. Bettye Walker Making History Opening the first Chapter of the National Space Society on the African Continent.

Cape Town Space Society Media Launch February 24, 2019, 3-4pm Los Angeles, CA — Hildreth (Hal) Walker, Jr. is the man that conducted the Lunar…

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He worked on the first Moon Landing. Now he’s teaching youth the joys of science.

December 5, 2018

He worked on the first Moon Landing. Now he’s teaching youth the joys of science.

African American scientist Professor Hildreth “Hal” Walker played a role in the Apollo moon landing almost 50 years ago. Walker led the manufacturing, testing and…

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Real life ‘Hidden Figure’ at NASA, Hal Walker, discusses his role in the moon landing

October 29, 2018

Real life ‘Hidden Figure’ at NASA, Hal Walker, discusses his role in the moon landing

When the movie “Hidden Figures” came out, many learned for the first time that many African Americans played major parts in the U.S. winning the…

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Global Chapter Assembly meeting summary report

October 21, 2018

Global Chapter Assembly meeting summary report

It was with great excitement that the Cape Town Space Society, was able to participate in the recent NSS chapter assembly meeting. I had the…

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THE NATIONAL SPACE SOCIETY REACHES AFRICA: NSS WELCOMES THE SOUTH AFRICA CHAPTER

June 30, 2018

THE NATIONAL SPACE SOCIETY REACHES AFRICA: NSS WELCOMES THE SOUTH AFRICA CHAPTER

This year, the National Space Society welcomed its newest chapter. The South Africa chapter is the first NSS chapter in Africa and is headquartered at…

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Girls Engineering Day (GED) Los Angeles with South African STEM Achievers and Role Models

June 2, 2018

Girls Engineering Day (GED) Los Angeles with South African STEM Achievers and Role Models

The A-MAN, Inc. STEM CENTER presented Girls Engineering Day on 2 June 2018, featuring keynote speaker Khadijah Lang, MD, from the Los Angeles Metro Medical…

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International Space Development Conference, Los Angeles, USA

May 27, 2018

International Space Development Conference, Los Angeles, USA

The South African STEM Achievers recently had the opportunity to present their Space Propulsion project at the International Space Development Conference in Los Angeles, USA….

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University of Cape Town – Open Day

April 21, 2018

University of Cape Town – Open Day

We recently accompanied the Student STEM Achievers to the Open Day at the University of Cape Town, with a special focus on Space Studies.

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Rotary people – Seriously smart people

November 30, 2017

Rotary people – Seriously smart people

District Governor Newsletter 2017 – Lynette Stassen I just have to commend and comment on two Rotarians of the many outstanding Rotarians we have. Dr…

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Lasers, Lunar Missions and Legacies – Hal Walker Jr.’s journey from the U.S. Navy to NASA to global educator.

June 30, 2016

Lasers, Lunar Missions and Legacies – Hal Walker Jr.’s journey from the U.S. Navy to NASA to global educator.

In the 1960s, during the height of the Cold War and the space race, power-electronics technician Hildreth “Hal” Walker Jr. was selected to become KORAD…

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South African Ambassador Visits Inglewood A-MAN, Inc. STEM Science Center

May 4, 2015

South African Ambassador Visits Inglewood A-MAN, Inc. STEM Science Center

Students at the A-MAN, Inc. Headquarters STEM International (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Learning Center warmly welcomed a special visitor on Friday April, 28, 2015, as…

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Apollo Engineer: Science Not About Being a Geek

October 12, 2012

Apollo Engineer: Science Not About Being a Geek

Hal Walker Jr., a pioneering African-American engineer, invented the laser technology Apollo 11 took to the Moon to measure the distance to Earth. The 79-year-old…

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Gugs teenager’s essay lands her Nasa visit

December 30, 2003

Gugs teenager’s essay lands her Nasa visit

A 15-year-old Gugulethu science boffin has landed the opportunity of a lifetime after she took a top slot in an international science essay competition. Nomathemba…

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