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Would You Go To Space

ANU InSpace asked our Missions Specialists, "Would you like to go into space?"

Their answers might surprise you.

Would YOU go into space?

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Welcome to ANU InSpace

InSpace plays a pivotal role in shaping and growing the space ecosystem in Australia by connecting ANU space research with society’s biggest challenges to deliver positive impact. We do this by working in partnership with Industry, Government, Academia, and Communities.

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iLAuNCH eye in the sky space camera project goes live!

Another ANU iLAuNCH Trailblazer project has been signed! Bringing together a partnership from across the globe, the latest iLAuNCH Trailblazer project will see the Australian defence and space industry gain onshore manufacturing of new eye in the sky technology, a space camera that will provide images back to Earth at high speed to aid in disaster resilience operations, land management, and defence.

Natasha at 6th Summit for Space Sustainability

ANU InSpace BDM Natasha Disha attends the 6th Summit for Space Sustainability

Last week, ANU InSpace Business Development Manager, Natasha Disha, attended the 6th Summit for Space Sustainability, held at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan) in Tokyo, Japan. This high-level, multi-day forum was co-hosted by the Secure World Foundation (SWF) and the National Space Policy Secretariat of the Cabinet Office, Government of Japan to highlight opportunities and challenges for developing solutions for space sustainability.

iLAuNCH CubeSat team

CubeSat technology iLAuNCH project goes live!

Exciting advancements in CubeSat technology! The latest iLAuNCH Trailblazer project is developing Australia’s first vectored thrust system for small satellites. Partnering with The Australian National University, Boswell Technologies, and AZISTA INDUSTRIES PRIVATE LIMITED, this initiative will enhance CubeSat maneuverability for applications in Earth observation, secure communications, and more.

CfATSE and ANU InSpace team at the QOGS

Centre for Appropriate Technology Satellite Enterprises visits ANU InSpace


This week we hosted the CfAT Satellite Enterprises Pty Ltd (CfATSE) at the ANU Quantum Optical Ground Station. This was a great opportunity to meet the team from CfATSE, to hear about their ground station site in Alice Springs, and to talk about the potential for working together in the future.

Space Command and InSpace Team

Space Command AU visits ANU InSpace


ANU Institute for Space was delighted to host Space Command AU last week (Defence Space Commander Major General Greg Novak, Major Hannah Banks and Lieutenant Chris Maclean) and to show them ANU space capability sites including Heavy Ion Accelerators, National Space Test Facility (NSTF) and the Quantum Optical Ground Station.

Presentations at AI Wotkshop

Theory to Practice Workshop held in collaboration with ANU CECC and DSTG


Yesterday we held the first π“π‘πžπ¨π«π² 𝐭𝐨 𝐏𝐫𝐚𝐜𝐭𝐒𝐜𝐞 𝐖𝐨𝐫𝐀𝐬𝐑𝐨𝐩, focussing on trustworthy autonomy and AI. This was the first workshop in a series of workshops co-developed by ANU College of Engineering, Computing & Cybernetics School of Engineering, ANU Institute for Space, and Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG).

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