Faircount has created the definitive annual publication discussing what’s relevant and important in the space sector. It provides analysis, case studies, special reports and a large number of invited contributed columnists.
As such, Faircount has gathered together people from Government, academia, and industry who are helping shape the future of the space sector each year to create thought-leadership articles, and editorial features.
The publication covers all aspects of the space sector in Australia including interviews with Ministers and Australian Space Agency (ASA) executives, editorials and thought leadership pieces from the publication partners, and space industry professionals. The publication examines the new Australian Space Agency partnerships and industry agreements, update articles on the progress of the Australian Space Agency, case studies on Australian companies, and the new technologies and products they have to offer, as well as how we are creating and maintaining the STEM pipeline, and developing our space engineers, astronauts and space lawyers of the future.
Interview – Enrico Palermo, Head Australian Space Agency – covering:
- The first five years as an Agency and its many accomplishments so far
- The importance of having a national Agency to continue driving the growth of the sector, and where the Agency is going in 2024 and beyond
- What does the Technology Safeguards Agreement mean for Australia?
- Importance of international partnerships
Interview – Katherine Bennel-Pegg, Australian Space Agency – covering:
- Katherine will be the first Australian woman to be trained as an astronaut by an international space agency. What an opportunity to discuss the program, and women in space/STEM
Interview - Defence Space Command: AVM Catherine Roberts (invited)
Defence Strategic Review - Impact on space operations - Space Command has moved from the Royal Australian Air Force to the Joint Capabilities Group (JCG). Additionally, No. 1 Space Surveillance Unit (1SSU) has assumed operation of Defence’s space domain awareness capabilities
An in-depth look into the Technology Safeguards Agreement (TSA), and the effects it can have for the space, defence, and cyber sectors, as well as the research organisations and universities in Australia
Equatorial Launch (ELA) – discussing the upcoming INNOSPACE launches, the Technology Safeguards Agreement (TSA), and the positive impact it can have for the Australian space sector
One Giant Leap Australia Foundation – STEM and Space Education Programs
iLaunch - The Innovative Launch, Automation, Novel Materials, Communications, and Hypersonics Hub (iLAuNCH) program is a collaboration of regionally based institutions, led by the University of Southern Queensland with The Australian National University, and the University of South Australia.
2030 Space+Spatial Industry Growth Road Map
Australia's need to build a sovereign space sector as global supply chains face disruptions.
Southern Launch - Varda Space Industries and Southern Launch will conduct re-entry operations at the Koonibba Test Range. US based Varda Space Industries will use the range to conduct a re-entry operation as soon as its second orbital mission, scheduled for mid-2024.
Current as of 17/11/23