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The latest space industry events around the nation.


10th FAI Women’s World Gliding Championships (Luxemborg)

November 1

Terry Cubley EO attended the International Gliding Commission (IGC) meeting in Luxembourg and presented the bid for Lake Keepit to host the 2019 Women’s World Gliding Championships. The bid was successful and championships will be held in November 2019. This will be the third World Gliding Championships to be held in Australia over a four…

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Celebrate 100 years of innovation with Dr Andy Thomas A0 (Adelaide)

November 1 - 11:30 am - 2:00 pm

As we mark the centenary of the epic flight from England to Australia by Sir Ross and Sir Keith Smith in their famous Vickers Vimy, it is timely to ponder what great success stories South Australians might be celebrating in another 100 years. Will it be Australia’s leadership role in the global space race? Will…

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Geo Week 2019 Industry Track (Canberra)

November 5 - November 9

Technology and space companies from around the world are invited to participate in GEO Week 2019 as part of the brand new Industry Track. The launch of the Industry Track recognises the important role companies play in harnessing the full potential of Earth observations and the need to build relationships between the commercial sector and…

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International radiation protection conference (Adelaide)

November 17 - November 21

The Australasian Radiation Protection Society (ARPS) and Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) would like to invite you to the 5th International Symposium on the System of  Radiological Protection in Australia in 2019.

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Space Resource Utilisation for the NewSpace Economy (NSW)

November 21 - November 22

The moon is sexy again. Multiple national agencies and private firms are planning missions. Both NASA and ESA are planning lunar-outposts or space-gateways, with support by major industry players such as Airbus, Boeing and Lockheed. The time frame for many of these plans is within the next decade. These plans will soon open doors for…

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