KSF Space Foundation stands for Kepler Space Foundation in the USA

Kepler Space Foundation (K.S.F.) is a non-profit organization in the U.S.A., and its name is inspired by a

retired space telescope called “The Kepler space telescope,” launched by NASA to discover Earth-
sized planets in space. The Kepler Telescope is named after famous Germain astronomer Johannes

Kepler who discovered three major laws of planetary motion in 1609.
K.S.F. Space was established with the goal of providing cost-effective access to Low Earth Orbit (L.E.O.)
and Geosynchronous equatorial orbit (G.E.O.) using zero environmental hazard flying options. The
K.S.F. offers access to a number of near-space and L.E.O. research and experimental programs.
The organization offers technical assistance in making near-space missions and research and
experimentation in space a reality.
KSF Space foundation, with the help of its highly qualified experts, provides academic, research, and
experimental services in the areas of:
Satellite launch
Nano-satellite technology
NEP Certification (Nano-Satellite Engineering Professional)
Astronaut Training
Consumer Zero Gravity Flight Experience
Earth and Space observation
Biological testing in space
Satellite positioning detection
Radio transmissions
Earth magnetic field measurement
Ecological science and Atmospheric Science
Technology Experimentation
KSF Space Foundation encourages universities and developing countries to partner with its
“Experimentation Opportunity Program,” which enables them to develop, manufacture and launch
their own space programs and missions.
This program is focused on assisting institutions in underdeveloped nations in realizing their own space
mission goals. The program’s scope encourages developing-country institutions to engage and
participate with other institutions presently working on and establishing their own missions.
K.S.F. has a number of signed agreements with significant business and academic stakeholders in the
nano-satellite sector and is a partner with NASA, Space X, AT&T, John Hopkins University, and SSL, to
name a few. K.S.F. can help you with your next space mission by matching the best available services to
your project’s requirements.
Services in R&D Projects & NEP Certifications
Kepler Space foundation is providing opportunities to universities to develop, build and launch their own
nano-satellites for academic purposes. The K.S.F. will be providing training Courses on G.P.S., G.S.,

Building NanoSat, and academic support on how to set up their own Ground Station for R&D and receive
live signals & images from active on-orbit weather and climate major satellite.

It also provides academic support on how to track nano-satellites and “Cubesats” in L.E.O. orbit.
Many universities have approached K.S.F. to buy their Cubesate Nano-satellite education kit for their
own space projects and exploration aspirations.
For their research initiatives, a number of colleges are attempting to buy the K.S.F. space foundation’s
CubeSat Nanosatellite education outreach package.
“With this education CubeSat kit, institutions and schools may develop small and fast space
missions at a minimal cost.” Dr. Kayyali, Chairman of the KSF Space Foundation, said.
The K.S.F. kit’s cost is a key factor in colleges and educational institutions’ increased interest in it. It’s
thought to be the world’s cheapest kit, making it ideal for small satellite missions. Because their research
level is lower than that of research institutes, academic institutes and universities usually offer smaller
K.S.F. will also be providing certificates such as N.E.P. (Nano-satellite Engineering Professional) to
students participating in the activity, which can open the door for more job opportunities around the
A Ride To The Moon – Inviting Universities For A Ride Share To
Kepler Space Foundation is offering universities and colleges an opportunity to send their experiments
on board with their K.S.F. Space Lunar Rover “Luna Fox”.

The K.S.F. Space Foundation is forming a Lunar Science Committee to advise the Space Foundation as
it helps to make lunar environment missions more accessible to everyone.

In 2021, KSF Space Foundation announced the launch of Kuwait’s first nano-satellite in collaboration
with Kuwait College of Science & Technology (KCST), which will be sent to near space to measure the
effect of climate change and ultraviolet radiation in collaboration with K.S.F. Space’s next mission,
scheduled for high altitude balloon launch in June 2021.
This was an attempt to provide KCST students with an outlet and experience with a platform that will
“take them to space” rather than confine their vision. The trip was carried out in a K.S.F. Space
Foundation-built small space capsule. The bacteria cells will be housed in a compartment in the
capsule’s nose, while the rest of the capsule will contain five smallsats from five different countries.
The space project was locally managed by the KSF Space Officer in Kuwait, Engr Loai Arnous, along
with KSF Space team officers.

Visit www.ksf.space to make your space exploration and research projects a reality and for any further
queries regarding your next space mission.