1. When ANGKASA was established?
Institute of Space Science (ANGKASA) was established on 1 August 2003. ANGKASA is established as a multidisciplinary research centre that offers the graduate level education and research in the fields of space science, space technology, space technology application and space governance.
2. Where is the location of ANGKASA?
ANGKASA is located at Level 2, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment Building, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Click here for location map. Facilities such as North-South Highway (PLUS), KTM comuter and bus are available.
3. What research facilities available at ANGKASA?
Facilities available at ANGKASA are GPS station, GPS Ionospheric Scintillation & TEC Monitor (GISTM), Magnetic Data Acquisition System (MAGDAS), VLF AWESOME Monitor, Real-Time UKM Automatic Weather System, MEADE 12" LX200 ACF telescope and Muon Detector. Information about research facilities are listed in 'Facilities' menu.
4. What are the courses offered at ANGKASA?
UKM is now offering courses at master and PhD level. Information about programs are listed in 'Academic Programmes' menu.
5. The main language used in UKM?
Malay and English
6. Who can be contacted if I wish to deal with the ANGKASA?
Director, Institute of Space Science, Level 2, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment Building, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 43600 UKM Bangi, Selangor Darul Ehsan.