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Australians will be able to observe a very short total lunar eclipse on Wednesday evening.

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Company News: Cohesity today announced a new company valuation of US$3.7 billion, which is US$1.2 billion higher than its valuation less than 12 months ago. This dramatic growth in valuation continues to validate the incredible trajectory and momentum Cohesity is seeing as the modern multicloud data management company.

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise's (HPE) second-generation Spaceborne Computer is scheduled for launch on 20 February, heading for the International Space Station.

Published in Hardware
Wednesday, 10 June 2020 05:24

Freelancer.com wins NASA US$25 million tender

Freelance marketplace platform provider Freelancer.com has won a joint US$25 million NASA Open Innovation Services 2 (NOIS2) tender.

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Scientists from the Southern Cross University have developed new technology that may be able to heal wounds in days, rather than weeks, without the need for stitches.

Published in Health
Monday, 23 March 2020 15:47

Percussive maintenance on Mars

If you can't make it work, just lean on it, with a shovel.

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Science fiction is becoming a reality as a range of advanced technologies are starting to enhance human beings, with augmented humans one of the key trends identified in 20 predictions for the next 20 years in a new report by KPMG and Australian National University’s 3A Institute.

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Dr Christyl Johnson of NASA will unveil plans to connect with the global community to put the first woman and next man on the moon by 2024, as well as establishing a sustained presence on the moon at last.

Published in Space
Thursday, 21 February 2019 10:56

NASA releases striking book of earth photography

Available either as a hardcover book or via free download, the NASA book "Earth" presents some of the most dramatic images captured from space.

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An Australian software engineer, who works at a health tech start-up that uses encryption to protect patient data, has suggested several changes to the Federal Government's encryption legislation which was passed in December.

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Australia’s national science agency CSIRO has been selected to provide maintenance and operational support for the European Space Agency’s deep space tracking station at New Norcia in Western Australia.

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Researchers at Western Australia’s Curtin University are on science teams for three major current space missions, which coincide with the launch of the university’s new Space Science and Technology Centre, claimed as the largest planetary research group in the Southern Hemisphere.

Published in Space
Thursday, 11 October 2018 22:58

Rocket to ISS aborted after take-off

Moments after lift-off on Thursday evening (Australian time), the Soyuz rocket carrying two crew members to the ISS was aborted.  Both astronauts are reported to be safe.

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Blasting off into the chief space officer position at Finnish start-up Space Nation is former NASA astronaut Gregory "Box" Johnson, to advise on the Space Nation Astronaut Program and future ISS missions.

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British security researcher Lauri Love has won an appeal against extradition to the US to face charges of allegedly breaching the computer networks of a number of federal government agencies.

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A senior cyber security official at the US Department of Homeland Security has told a Congressional panel that she has yet to see any proof that software made by Kaspersky Lab has been exploited to infiltrate US government systems.

Published in Government Tech Policy

British security researcher Lauri Love's appeal against extradition to the US for trial on charges of hacking into NASA, the FBI, and the US Federal Reserve will be heard at the High Court in London on 28 and 29 November.

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The Australian Government has signed a treaty with the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration, reaffirming an ongoing commitment by both countries to collaborate on space exploration.

Published in Space
Tuesday, 19 July 2016 17:55

Aussie students return from NASA Space School

The largest contingent ever of Australian students have returned from the Houston Association for Space and Science Education (HASSE) Space School in the US.

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