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Is the global pact on space being a non-violent place over?

India's recent Mission Shakti that destroyed one of its own satellites with a missile has Baz Bardoe asking if the global pact on space is over.

What happens when satellites reach the end of their useful lives?

Baz Bardoe writes about the fate of satellites that have reached the end of their useful lives.

Finding a new lease on life for fading satellites

This story by Max Blenkin in the April 2019 edition of Australian looks at efforts by Northrop Grumman to extend the life of satellites in space.

ExoMars taking a closer look at the red planet

This article first appeared in the June 2018 edition of Australian Aviation. Humans have been curious about the possibility of Martian life for hundreds of years. Mars and Martian life infiltrates popular culture, everything from films and songs to children’s cartoons. And this almost innate fascination for the red planet has also been driven by


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