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Lost in Space? Setting a new direction for Australia's space science and industry sector

Geoscience Australia
The Senate ( Contributor )
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Australia had a long and illustrious association with 'space science'. The first Australians used the patterns of the stars to guide them to seasonal food sources. Captain Cook arrived here on the way home from a voyage to chart the transit of Venus, with the goal of improving navigational technology. When Governor Phillip founded the first European settlement, he brought with him the astronomer William Dawes. Australia was the fourth nation to build and launch a satellite from its own territory. The 'big dish' at Parkes played an important role in the Apollo missions and the discovery of the first quasar.

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