A burgeoning smallsat industry spurs the call for an Australian space agency
Space debris and its growing impact on orbiting satellites
Drastic solutions for space debris problems in geostationary orbit
Phenomena shaping Earth’s climate have counterparts in the outer solar system
Peering into the bleak but poetically beautiful, dystopian world of Blade Runner and its new sequel
Much has happened in the first 12 months of life for the world’s first space nation
Australia is perceived as one of the world’s most technically capable and advanced states, yet its present capabilities in space are near nonexistent.
Habitats elsewhere in the solar system with the necessary conditions to sustain life?
Why, despite the success of the Apollo missions, don’t we already have lunar outposts?
Launching the most advanced ever satellite system for monitoring the state of our planet