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Space research in Australia - the successes and challenges

9 Aug 2011, 05:26 UTC
Space research in Australia - the successes and challenges
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Space Industry ForumTuesday 16 August 2011 from 5.30-7.00pmfollowed by refreshmentsCouncil Room,Level 4, Hawke BuildingCity West CampusUniversity of South AustraliaNorth TerraceAdelaideSpace Research in Australia -the Successes and the ChallengesChaired by Brett Biddington, Chair of the Space Industry Association of AustraliaPanelists: Bob Buxton (Flinders University) - Place and Space: Perspective in Earth ObservationsAndrew Clark (Vipac) - Greenhouse Gas Monitor ProjectMichael Davis (Adelta Legal) - Southern Hemisphere Summer Space ProgramJeff Kasparian (ITR, UniSA) - Space-based National Wireless Sensor Network*RSVP by 12 August 2011On-line: http://www.spaceindustry.com.au/register.htmBy email: forums@spaceindustry.com.au* Entry is free but places are limited so booking is essential

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