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Fleet Space deploys ExoSphere technology to Pakistan

Fleet Space Technologies, Australia’s premier space exploration company, announced the deployment of its mineral exploration solution, ExoSphere, to advance Barrick Gold’s copper exploration efforts at the Reko Diq project in Pakistan.

RMIT’s electromagnetic shield ready for liftoff with Swedish rocket

Researchers at RMIT University have developed an innovative electromagnetic shield set to embark on a space journey aboard a Swedish Space Corporation rocket launch next week.

Australia’s first lunar testbed to open in early 2024

Australia’s first lunar testbed is expected to be completed this year, according to an announcement from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). 

Space Machines Company equips Optimus spacecraft with Inovor Technologies’ Star Tracker

Space Machines Company (SMC), a leading player in Australian in-space servicing, has purchased Inovor Technologies’ Star Tracker, a celestial navigation system, for integration into its Orbital Servicing Vehicle, Optimus. 

Swinburne unveils $5.2m supercomputer to bolster high impact research in Australia

Swinburne University of Technology has launched a $5.2 million supercomputer that will enable academics and collaborators across Australia to conduct innovative space technology, health, and environmental research. 

Spiral Blue, University of Sydney to power TOLIMAN Space Telescope with AI

Sydney-based space technology company Spiral Blue has partnered with the University of Sydney to kickstart the TOLIMAN Space Telescope Mission, an initiative that will apply artificial intelligence in astronomy research and exoplanet detection. 

Fleet Space Technologies announces “fundamental shift” in future strategy with new 3D-printed small satellites

Adelaide-based space company Fleet Space Technologies has unveiled plans to develop a new constellation of 3D-printed small satellites called Alpha, with the first satellites...

Australia, US locked it space technology negotiations  

The Federal Government has begun negotiations with the US on a new bilateral Technology Safeguards Agreement (TSA) that will turbocharge Australia’s civil space sector...

UOW to play key role in space testing network

Media Release The University of Wollongong (UOW) will contribute to a national network of facilities to test technology for use in space. Space exploration missions, satellites...

Gilmour Space achieves successful 110-second mission duty cycle test fire

Media Release Australian rocket company Gilmour Space Technologies has achieved one of the longest hybrid rocket engine test firings in the world: a 110-second mission...
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