The University of Sydney-led Centre for CubeSats, Uncrewed Aerial Vehicles and their applications (CUAVA) has been officially opened this week, aiming to increase skills relevant to Australia’s space industry.
NASA and space tourists might be in our future but first we need to decide who can launch from Australia
In a sign the Australian Space Agency is already opening up new doors for Australian industry, NASA says it will be launching rockets from Arnhem Space Centre, in Nhulunbuy in the Northern Territory, in 2020.
Bioastronautics company Human Aerospace has been established to solve medical and life science issues in space in a bid to improve life on earth.
South Australia has further strengthened its position as the leader of Australia’s space industry by securing another important space conference.
Electronic warfare company DEWC Systems will look to use a planned launch facility in South Australia for the deployment of its defence satellite constellation.
A South Australian IoT leader and cloud-based environmental platform have launched a global partnership to provide direct-to-orbit water meter connectivity.
The Australian space industry has received a $245m injection with the launch of the Cooperative Research Centre for Smart Satellite Technologies and Analytics, announced today in Adelaide at the University of South Australia.
An algorithm to stabilise small satellites will be tested from Adelaide to advance Australia’s sovereign satellite capabilities.
Canberra has launched a comprehensive space strategy outlining national priorities and regulatory reform needed create a viable local industry sector. The 10-year Australian Civil Space Strategy was launched as part of the 2019 federal budget. The head of the Australian Space Agency, Megan Clarke said the strategy laid the foundations for a local industry including…
A Mission Control Centre will be built alongside the new Australian Space Agency in Adelaide to provide a focal point for orbiting spacecraft.