Join our panel of Moon Treaty experts as we discuss this agreement - a UN space treaty that prohibits private ownership of extra-terrestrial property and requires an international regime for the safe and orderly development and management of the resources and sharing of the benefits. Although...Read more
Events archive (2016 Onwards)
With the 50th anniversary of the moon landing rapidly approaching in July 2019, and funding for the aging International Space Station guaranteed to only 2030, it’s time to consider what the next sustained human presence in space will look like. Join us at the 4th OEMF to find out about the...Read more
The past twelve months have seen the first homegrown Australian cubesat missions start drawing to a close. We like to invite everyone involved in the Australian small-sat industry to share their news, results and future plans with the rest of the community at our fourth annual Cubesat Innovation...Read more
ACSER staff and students will be attending 3 international conferences in the coming weeks. These talks will preview the content they will be presenting. Please feel free to join us for one, some or all of the presentations. Each talk should run for approximately 20 minutes....Read more
There is growing interest in the possibility that the resource base of the Solar System might in future be used to supplement the economic resources of our own planet. As the Earth’s closest celestial neighbour, the Moon is sure to feature prominently in these developments. In this talk I...Read more
This presentation highlights a study of the impact of ISRU, reusability, and automation on sustaining a human presence on Mars, requiring a transition from Earth dependence to Earth independence. The study analyzes the surface and transportation architectures and compared campaigns that revealed...Read more
The ever-growing applications of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) require the vehicles to navigate at low altitude and in urban environments. Conventional GPS-based navigation may receive signals from less than four GPS satellites in the partially visible sky, not sufficient to conduct...Read more
2017 was an overwhelmingly good year for the Australian space sector, seeing the successful launch of five cubesat missions (including three built on home soil), the announcement of a new Australian Space Agency, as well the launch of an ever increasing range of space start-ups. ...Read more
INDUSTRY DRINKS: Sydney Space Industry, Ft retired astronaut Col. Pamela Melroy, Sponsored by SADIG
$30 ticket includes canapes and drinks.
International visitor on your way to this year's IAC?
Make the most of your trip by stopping over in Sydney...Read more
IGNSS runs the SE Asian region’s premier conference on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and related Position, Navigation and Timing (PNT) technologies. In 2018 the IGNSS conference will again be held in Sydney, Australia and will run from 7 to 9 February. It will bring together leaders...Read more