The SpIRIT nanosatellite was aboard a SpaceX rocket and will fly in low Earth orbit for two years.
From stitching a raw chicken breast to hypobaric chamber training, it’s all in a day’s work for Australian astronaut candidate Katherine Bennell-Pegg.
Raytracer, a Brisbane-based team of hardware and software engineers, are creating revolutionary simulation technologies for challenging and remote environments on and off Earth.
Spiral Blue’s SE-1 edge computer analyses satellite data in space and sends the useful parts back to Earth.
Sydney-based company aKin is refining their intuitive artificial intelligence (AI) technology for daily living. This AI is well suited to space missions or people living with disabilities. The Australian Space Agency co-funded its development.
Months of planning, design work and collaboration was on show in a day of inspiration and innovation at the 2023 Kids in Space National Final.
Brisbane-based Crystalaid Manufacture Pty Ltd is attracting international attention by producing high quality printed circuit boards (PCBs) suitable for space environments.
The groundbreaking Australian research nanosatellite is set to blast off with SpaceX’s Transporter-9 mission in November.
Amendments to the General Rules and High Power Rocket Rules came into effect on 17 August 2023. The amendments have removed most ‘not a related party’ requirements.
Australia’s space industry is leveraging its experience from adjacent industries to build world leading expertise. From inspecting marine assets using robotics, to remote lunar operations, Fugro is showing the crossover of sophisticated technologies in Earth and space.
Five Indigenous Australian university students will next week head to the USA for a once in a lifetime internship with NASA.
What do chopsticks and space robots have in common? Japanese astronauts onboard the International Space Station (ISS) are about to find out.
They’ll conduct the experiment, which was submitted by an Australian university student, as part of the Asian Try Zero-G competition.
The Australian Space Agency enhanced its space safety expertise during the latest round of Sprint Advanced Concept Training (SACT).
The Australian Government is backing a series of local space innovations, including those that can help address climate change.
Head of the Australian Space Agency, Enrico Palermo, travelled from Brisbane to the Gold Coast and west to Toowoomba to see first-hand the growth of the sector in Queensland.
A new system from Advanced Navigation will help spacecraft find their way through the gruelling future of space exploration.
More US rockets and satellites will soon be able to be launched from Australia, with in-principle agreement on a technology safeguards agreement.
Agency Head Enrico Palermo and Chief Technology Officer Aude Vignelles visited NASA's Ames Research Centre where they met with key stakeholders to discuss our Moon to Mars program.
An innovative, Aussie-designed mining solution is reducing environmental impact and using satellites to bring unprecedented efficiency. Introducing “ExoSphere” – Fleet Space Technologies’ answer to locating critical minerals on Earth.