Sky and Space blasts off with global technology innovation award It may well be frosty in space, but on Earth, things are hotting up for Sky and Space as it wins Frost & Sullivan’s prestigious…
Gomspace 3D 'Flat' nano-satellite assembly Sky and Space Global is partnering with Denmark’s GomSpace to assemble its three initial nano-satellites and get them ready for launch in the first half…
Aussie technology developed for ‘world’s largest’ single-dish radio telescope The world’s largest filled single-dish radio telescope has been launched in Western Australia, incorporating an innovative data system developed at the International Centre for Radio…
Inmarsat searches for next generation of ‘space pioneers’ UK-based mobile satellite communications company Inmarsat is on the lookout for new “talent” to take up a career in the rapidly expanding space industry with…
Curtin Uni student builds ‘folding’ robots as intern with NASA A Curtin University mechatronics student has successfully completed a six-month research internship with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in California, learning to build disposable folding…
VIDEO Interview: ASX liftoff hastens Sky and Space Global’s nano satellite dream James Bond mixes satellites and sex, but Sky and Space Global will encircle the Earth’s equator using 200 nanosats with the help of Virgin Galactic.
Aussie students return from NASA Space School The largest contingent ever of Australian students have returned from the Houston Association for Space and Science Education (HASSE) Space School in the US.
Israel’s SpaceIL scores 1st Google Lunar XPRIZE verified launch contract Israeli nonprofit, SpaceIL, a competitor in the Google Lunar XPrize competition, is the first of 16 teams to secure a verified launch contract for its…

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