Latest news from the InSpace team.
17 Jun 2021
Australia's spacecraft and satellites will better survive damaging radiation and extreme conditions thanks to $2.5 million in funding for improved space testing facilities at ANU.
5 Jun 2021
Our Director, Prof Anna Moore, has been given a top honour at this year's Australian Space Awards.
6 May 2021
It definitely highlights the urgency of rules around the safety, security and sustainability of space activities.
22 Apr 2021
Using rovers and helicopters to explore space is amazing, but getting the data they gather about other planets or the Moon back to Earth is only possible with satellites.
25 Mar 2021
The National Space Test Facility, at the ANU Mt Stromlo campus, enabled the development of the newly launched M2 mission which delivers advanced capabilities in Earth observation, maritime surveillance, and satellite communications.
25 Feb 2021
How will the first humans on Mars communicate with Earth? Next-gen communication using lasers has the potential to enable better communication between Earth and Mars on future space missions.
23 Feb 2021
The ANU Institute for Space hosted the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Industry, Innovation, Science and Resources to discuss the future of Australia's space industry.
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