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Australian-Indian space projects receive funding boost as governments bolster partnership

The Australian Government has committed funding to collaborative space ventures with India in a move aimed at strengthening bilateral ties and tackling mutual challenges such as climate change.

Skykraft delivers first space-based VHF communication for air traffic control

Australian space-services company Skykraft has executed a world-first testing of space-based VHF voice communications as part of its development of satellites to provide space-based aviation communications and surveillance services. 

Skykraft launches second batch of air traffic management satellites

Australian space-services company Skykraft prototype Air Traffic Management satellite has lifted off Vandenberg Space Force Base in California at 1435 PDT on board a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on Monday, marking its second launch scheduled for this year. 

Skykraft’s 5 Australia-manufactured satellites ready for US launch

Australian satellite manufacturer Skykraft announced the successful completion of their flight readiness study for Skykraft's Block III satellites, which are now being shipped to the US in preparation for launch on the next SpaceX Transporter mission.

Australia’s Skykraft satellite integrates Neumann Drive propulsion system

In-space electric propulsion company Neumann Space has completed equipping its propulsion system, called the Neumann Drive, onto Skykraft’s Australian-designed and manufactured satellite.  

Australia’s largest satellite stack launched today, to make global air travel smoother and more...

Skykraft, a Canberra-based space-services company, has sent the largest Australian-made payload into space. At approximately 300kg, this locally manufactured satellite stack weighs more than the total mass of all Australian-built space objects ever launched.

Brisbane startup Valiant Space to launch Australian-made components into space

Valiant Space is sending Australian-made components into orbit onboard a SpaceX aircraft from the Kennedy Space Centre at Cape Canaveral. 

Government awards $4 million in Moon to Mars grants  

Twenty Australian space researchers and businesses will receive up to $200,000 in Moon to Mars Demonstrator Feasibility grants to develop new technologies for use...

Government announces $11m in space grants to boost Australia’s space industry

10 projects will share in $11 million in Government funding  to grow Australia’s space sector and create local jobs. Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen...

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