Ahmed Moursi

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Professional Profile

Full Name: Ahmed Magdy Abdelaziz Moursi

Scientifics Name: A.M. Abdelaziz

E-mails: ahmed_astro84@nriag.sci.eg 



Address: National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics – NRIAG
                    Astronomy Department – Space Research lab. – 11421 – Helwan – Cairo – Egypt

My Bio

My Bio

  My name is Ahmed Moursi,  I have completed my Ph.D. in space dynamics at the Department of Astronomy, Al-Azhar University, Egypt in 2017. My area of research is space dynamics especially the study and search of space debris and near-earth orbits. I am a researcher at the space research laboratory, National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics (NRIAG), Egypt from May 2015 to now. I have reach experience in optical observations including detecting and tracking space
objects in different regions (LEO, MEO, and HEO) in addition to NEOs searching. I helped tremendously with establishing the first optical station for space debris and near-earth observations in my institute and now I am the main operator for it.

My Research Interests

My Research Interests

space dynamics 

celestial mechanics

observational astronomy

small solar system body

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My Awards

My Awards

Journals  Articles

  1. Schmalz, S.E., Novichonok, A.O., Voropaev, V.A. et al. A Photometry Method for Fast-Rotating Artificial Satellites Using a Slow Read-Out CCD Camera. Cosmic Res 59, 376–387 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1134/S0010952521050105
  2. Abdelaziz, A.M., Tealib, S.K. & Molotov, I. Analytical study of Egyptian TIBA-1 satellite orbit from Optical Satellite Tracking Station (OSTS), NRIAG-Egypt. Astrophys Space Sci 366, 81 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10509-021-03987-7
  3. Molotov, I.E., Krugly, Y.N., Elenin, L.V., Schildknecht, T., Rumyantsev, V.V., Inasaridze, R.Y., Aivazyan, V.R., Kapanadze, G.V., Canals, L.R., Graziani, F., Teofilatto, P., et al.: Search and study of the space debris and asteroids within ISON project. An. Acad. Bras. Ciênc. 93(Suppl. 1), e20200145 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1590/0001-3765202120200145
  4. Abdel-Aziz, Y., Abdelaziz, A.M., Tealib, S.K., et al., First optical satellite tracking station (OSTS) at NRIAG-Egypt, New Astron., 2020, vol. 77, p. 101361. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.newast.2020.101361

Group Team

  • Shafeeq Tealib, Researcher, NRIAG
  • Esraa Abdelaziz, Assistant Researcher , NRIAG
  • Igor Molotov, Senior Researcher, KAIM, Moscow, Russia 


  • Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics (KIAM), Russia,2016.
  • Institute of Astronomy INASAN, Russian academy of science, Moscow , Russia,2016.
  • Samar state university, Samara, Russia, 2019.
  • Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, Russia,2020
  • small innovation enterprise KIAM ballistics service, Russia 2021
    • The Arab conference on astronomy and geophysics (ACAG7), Egypt,2021.
    • 8th European Conference on Space Debris (virtual),2021.
    • Future Space Technologies and Experiments in Space, (virtual lecturer), Samara, Russia,2021.
    • Capacity building workshop on the framework for transfer of technology and research and
      development partnership, Egypt, 17/07/2019 – 18/07/2019.
    • International summer space school (future space technologies and experiments in space), Samara, Russia, 17/06/2019 – 28/06/2019.
    • Training workshop on patent database searches and development of technology and innovation
      support center,  Egypt, 13/08/2018 – 15/08/2018.
    • The Arab Conference on Astronomy and Geophysics 6th Assembly ACAG-6, Egypt, 15/10/2018 – 18/10/2018.
    • Ph. D, Study of Stability and control of electrodynamic tether system for space debris removal, Damietta University.
    • Ph.D., Physical characterization of GEO space objects using electro-optical sensors, Cairo university.
    • International Astronomical Union IAU membership. https://www.iau.org/auth/profile/
    • International Scientific Optical Network (ISON)