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Celestial observation leads to interest in STEM fields in Space
Celestial observation leads to interest in STEM fields in Space Stargazing student joins Space School to find out what’s involved to achieve her career aspiration – Astronaut. Read Marist Sisters Woolwich student’s experience at Space School, ignited by her passion of astronomy with her telescope. Click here to read her experience at Space School
Industry-2 Australian Space Agency
Establishment of a dedicated national Space Agency will boost Australia’s presence in the global industry, increase employment opportunities within the estimated $4 billion field and provide a platform for innovative application of space technologies. More on this exciting launch will be unveiled in March 2018. Read the release Source: NASA.GOV
Cassini’s 20 year mission comes to an end!
The discoveries spacecraft Cassini has found during it’s mission of touring the Saturn system have included a global ocean with indications of hydrothermal activity within Enceladus and liquid methane seas on Titan. Cassini has dived in between Saturn and it’s rings 22 times and had it’s initial mission extended twice from 4 years to two decades. It’s final end is on September 15th, 2017 as it changes it’s course and plunges into Saturn. Read more here about Cassini’s mission Source: NASA.GOV
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Celestial observation leads to interest in STEM fields in Space
Celestial observation leads to interest in STEM fields in Space Stargazing student joins Space School to find out what’s involved to achieve her career aspiration – Astronaut. Read Marist Sisters Woolwich student’s experience at Space School, ignited by her passion of astronomy with her telescope. Click here to read her experience at Space School
Industry-2 Australian Space Agency
Establishment of a dedicated national Space Agency will boost Australia’s presence in the global industry, increase employment opportunities within the estimated $4 billion field and provide a platform for innovative application of space technologies. More on this exciting launch will be unveiled in March 2018. Read the release Source: NASA.GOV
Cassini’s 20 year mission comes to an end!
The discoveries spacecraft Cassini has found during it’s mission of touring the Saturn system have included a global ocean with indications of hydrothermal activity within Enceladus and liquid methane seas on Titan. Cassini has dived in between Saturn and it’s rings 22 times and had it’s initial mission extended twice from 4 years to two decades. It’s final end is on September 15th, 2017 as it changes it’s course and plunges into Saturn. Read more here about Cassini’s mission Source: NASA.GOV
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