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

A change of space: the 9th Australian Space Forum »

Last week, the team from the ANU Institute for Space attended several Australian space events in Adelaide, including the 9th Australian Space Forum.

US delegation visits Mt Stromlo  »

US Secretary of Commerce attends a networking reception and tour of AITC at Mount Stromlo Observatory

InSpace Laser Communications Program »

InSpace’s Laser Communications program will leverage existing ANU expertise to develop the infrastructure and technology required for a global, quantum-secured, optical communications network.
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Australia is uniquely placed for the new race into space »

Australia's location and technology make it more than a bit player in the space based industries of the future. Professor Anna Moore, Director ANU InSpace explains why.
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Accelerating the water space-race »

Agriculturalists and astronauts have something in common - how to manage limited water resources. In space, sophisticated water filtration technology allows astronauts to re-use 93% of their water. Dr Caitlin Byrt tells us how.

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