Australia To Establish National Space Agency

Credit: Australia’s space assets include the Woomera Range Complex in South Australia: Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Defense
ADELAIDE, Australia—Fifty years after Australia launched its first satellite into space, becoming the third country after the former Soviet Union and the U.S. to demonstrate indigenous launch capabilities, the government on Sept. 25 announced plans to establish a national space agency, with the goal...

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