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Australians pay for, rely on and use satellites in everyday life: weather reports, surf reports, GPS, ATMs/banking, earth observation for farmers, bushfire monitoring, coastal monitoring, ocean protection, outback communication, many apps in your phone, live news, live sport on TV. All of this is space.
Yet Australia remains the only developed country without a national Space Agency, which could leverage partnerships with other space agencies to drastically lower the cost of satellite data access and create a new industry in Australia that would be sustained into the far future.
Watch the full presentation at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlUjg-xtbes
More info at: https://quokkaspace.wordpress.com/