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5 Years Later – The Sky Is No Longer the Limit

25 Feb 2015, 04:44 UTC
5 Years Later – The Sky Is No Longer the Limit
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Exactly 5 years to the day from its original ground-breaking ceremony in 2010, the newest antenna dish in NASA’s Deep Space Network was officially commissioned on 25th February 2015, at the CSIRO-managed, Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex (CDSCC). Hosted by CDSCC Director, Dr Ed Kruzins, VIP guests included Mr Badri Younes and Mr Pete Vrotsos from NASA’s […]

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Exactly 5 years to the day from its original ground-breaking ceremony in 2010, the newest antenna dish in NASA’s Deep Space Network was officially commissioned on 25th February 2015, at the CSIRO-managed, Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex (CDSCC).
3,2,1… The ribbon cutting marked the official commissioning of the new Deep Space Network antenna.
Hosted by CDSCC Director, Dr Ed Kruzins, VIP guests included Mr Badri Younes and Mr Pete Vrotsos from NASA’s Space Communication and Navigation (SCaN) division, and Dr David Williams, Executive Director CSIRO National Facilities & Collections and Dr Lewis Ball, Director of CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science. They were joined by representatives from government, industry and CSIRO-CDSCC staff at a ribbon-cutting ceremony to ...

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