We will support 4 space manufacturing projects under round 1 of the Modern Manufacturing Initiative. First grant recipients announced today under the $1.3 billion Modern Manufacturing Initiative.
Today is an exciting day as we recognise and celebrate the Australian Space Agency’s third birthday.
The Moon to Mars Supply Chain Facilitation tender is now open.
The European Space Agency (ESA) and the Australian Space Agency have announced the construction of a 35-metre, deep space antenna at ESA’s New Norcia station, located 140 kilometres north of Perth in Western Australia.
This morning the Australian Space Discovery Centre was officially unveiled by Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the Australian Space Discovery Centre will be the number one place to visit for those interested in Australia’s space industry.
Australia is developing a world-class space regulatory system. The regulation of Australian space and high power rocket activities will balance entrepreneurship, while ensuring national safety and security.
On 8 March 2021, we are recognising International Women’s Day.
Australia and the United Kingdom have strengthened their ties in space.
The Australian Space Agency and Indian Space Research Organisation have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). This confirms interest from both organisations to increase their cooperation across civil space activities.
The Australian Space Agency’s Moon to Mars initiative is a $150 million investment to grow the space industry.
Through this initiative, Australia has the opportunity to showcase our knowledge and capabilities in projects that can support NASA.
I am honoured and privileged to come back home to Australia for the amazing opportunity to lead the Australian Space Agency. I congratulate and thank Dr Megan Clark AC for her leadership standing up the Agency and for creating the conditions for growth.
Australia was part of something special when the NASA and SpaceX Crew-1 mission launched on Monday, 16 November (Australian time).
The Australian Civil Space Strategy identifies 7 National Civil Space Priority Areas. These Priority Areas will deliver the greatest opportunity for the Australian space sector.
The development of roadmaps under each of these Priority Areas will:
In the early hours of Sunday 6 December, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) welcomed an arrival back from space.
The Australian outback played host for a return capsule from the JAXA Hayabusa2 space craft.
Earth observation is a national priority area under the Australian Civil Space Strategy.
Satellite based Earth observation systems support Australians through emergency management activities. This includes preparing for bushfires.
We are growing Australia’s space sector by investing in infrastructure.
The payload qualification facilities grant, under the Space Infrastructure Fund is now open.
Artificial intelligence (AI) company Akin is expanding capacity in the space industry with a grant from the Australian Space Agency’s International Space Investment initiative.
Akin is creating software for a prototype AI space crew.
The international search is over. Australia has found their new Head of the Australian Space Agency, Mr Enrico Palermo.
The second program in the Government’s $150 million Moon to Mars initiative is open.
The Artemis Accords are grounded in the Outer Space Treaty of 1967 and establish a practical set of principles to guide space exploration cooperation among nations.