ANU Institute for Space

Connecting you with Space.

The ANU Institute for Space can connect you to the right people and resources to help your project achieve lift-off.

We have the resources to make things happen - from getting the smallest nano-satellite successfully off the ground to partnering with international agencies such as NASA and DLR to help land a rover on an asteroid.

Get in touch to access our resources, meet new collaborators and create a successful project.

Latest news

ANU - InSpace joins forces with the Space French Agency (CNES) »

The ANU Institute for Space has signed a Framework Agreement with the French Space Agency on the 27th February 2019.
InSpace lifts off

InSpace lifts off »

The Australian National University has launched its new innovation institute, InSpace, which will bring together technology, science and law research to advance Australia's space industry.

New weapon in battle against space junk »

It may sound futuristic, but researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) and Tohoku University in Japan have found a new way of dealing with space junk.

ANU to offer businesses access to space-testing facilities »

The University is home to key national space resources and has capabilities to support the new space agency with broad expertise from science through to law and policy.
ANU laser technology launched into space

New satellites with ANU laser technology launched into space »

ANU scientists have helped design new satellite instruments that are part of a joint NASA and German mission launched into space today.

To get more information about how we can work together, please contact us.