Satellite communications company Iridium says its newly launched fourth set of 10 NEXT satellites are functioning nominally and have begun the testing and validation process.
The Australian Government has launched a GeoScience-led trial of what is claimed as “world-first” satellite positioning technology.
US-based satellite company Iridium is set to launch its fourth NEXT satellite on 22 December from the SpaceX site at Vandenberg Air Force Base.
The Australian Government has signed a treaty with the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration, reaffirming an ongoing commitment by both countries to collaborate on…
The South Australian Government and the state’s space and defence leaders are set to meet the heads of the South Korean and Japan space agencies…
The CSIRO says it has secured access to one of the world's most sophisticated high-performance satellites, giving Australian scientists direct control over which data the…
With Australia about to embark on setting up its own space agency, the Australian National University’s (ANU) Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics (RSAA) has…
Monday, 25 September 2017 11:07

Australia to launch its own Space Agency

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Australia is to establish its own space agency with the federal government set to announce plans for the agency as it looks to cash in…
CSIRO’s innovation network Data61 is partnering with US-based non-profit geospatial and imagery technology platform Radiant.Earth to develop joint research into satellite imagery and earth observation…

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