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It's happening - finally. In the midst of the 68th International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, the Federal Government has announced plans to establish an Australian space agency - with Acting science minister Michaelia Cash calling the move "crucial".

Back in July the Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science announced a review of the country's space industry capability, led by an Expert Review Group and chaired by former CSIRO chief executive Dr Megan Clark.

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.