Day 2 (21 May 2021)      
‘Statistical Analysis of Low-mass X-ray Binaries’, Feven Markos Hunde and Dr. Seblu Humne Negu, ESSTI, Ethiopia
‘Angular Momentum evolution of Contact binaries’, Seblu Humne, ESSTI, Ethiopia
‘Effects of St. Patrick’s Day solar storm on ionospheric TEC and its predictability over entire African region Jean de Dieu NIBIGIRA, K. L. U, India
‘Space Exploration with human-robotic missions’, Shoubhik Pal, Kurukshetra University, India
‘Simulation of Cosmic Ray Muon Charge Ratio up to 10 TeV using EPOS LHC Model’, Mavyline Motari, Kenyatta University, Kenya
‘Design of software to control and monitor the movement of 20m radio telescope’, Jael Rojas, PCUP, Mexico
Non-thermal radio emission fr dark matter annihilation processes in simulated Coma like galaxy clusters’, Fitsum Woldegerima Beyene, INAOE, Mexico
Ionospheric and Magnetic Signatures of a Space Weather Event 25–29 August 2018: CME and HSSWs’, Waqar Younas, Quaid-i-Azam University, Pakistan
‘Distant Apparent Motion Effect’, Allen Mhagama, UDOM, Tanzania
‘Cosmic Water Hole’, Advait Arvind Joshi, Fergusson College, India
‘A Comparative Study of The Development of Radio Astronomy in South Africa And Kenya’, Carringtone Kinyanjui, Tech.Uni.Kenya,Kenya
‘Awareness of the Interdisciplinarity of Astronomy for Young Researchers in Tanzania’, Daudi Thadei Mazengo, DMOU, Tanzania