South Australia – the home of the world’s biggest lithium ion battery, Maggie Beer and now… the Australian Space Agency.
The Australian Academy of Science’s “Vision for Space Science and Technology in Australia” launches today at the International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide. The main message? Bringing together the space industry under a strategic coordination framework needs to be the number one priority when (if) we establish our own space agency.
Flavia Tata Nardini, CEO of nanosatellite space-tech startup Fleet, has called on the Australian Government to create a dedicated Australian Space Agency as part of the Space Activities Act reform. Here’s her open letter to the government.