Australian Events

The latest space industry events around the nation.

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The Moon Film Festival (Yarraville Vic)

Jun 20, 2019

On the 20th July 49 years ago, Neil Armstrong stepped on to the Moon. A defining moment in history, that to this day leaves people aghast at the achievement. To celebrate the 50th anniversary, The Sun presents: the Moon Film Festival, the 16th to 24th of July 2019, the same 9 days that Apollo XI…

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Aerospace Futures 2019

Aerospace Futures 2019 (AYAA)

May 17, 2019

An event to engage and inspire Australian students interested in Aerospace – occurring across state capitals annually, the Aerospace Futures conference is an important event in the Australian aerospace industry calendar run by youth for youth. The event covers civil aviation, defence, astronomy, geospatial intelligence, space science and engineering. To date, the event has been…

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Barraba Lunar Astronaut Training Workshop

Barraba – Lunar Astronaut Training Workshop

Jul 4, 2019

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the first Moon Landing this school holidays at Barraba library! Complete each mission objective to fill your Lunar Astronaut Mission Log with stamps showing you have passed your training! Mission Objectives include: Build and Launch your own rocket Lunar Landing simulator program Moon Buggy navigation Wear a Space Suit to…

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Moon Week: Mount Stromlo Astronomy Night

Moon Week: Mount Stromlo Astronomy Night

Jun 19, 2019

This event is part of the 50th anniversary celebration of Apollo 11’s landing on the moon. You can find more details about Moon Week at ANU this July here. Mount Stromlo Observatory in conjunction with the Canberra Astronomical Society invite the Canberra community to attend our public observing nights of 2019. Come and see the…

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Pop Up Planetarium (for School Groups)

Pop-up Planetarium (for school groups)

Jun 19, 2019

Book your students into a 50-minute mobile planetarium experience to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing on 20 July 1969. Explore The Moon, utilise our learning resource and experience a series of exciting and immersive video lessons and movies in the planetarium on topics such as the moon, solar system and aboriginal astronomy. …

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