Australia was one of the first countries to launch the satellite into orbit. Does the recent creation of the Australian Space Agency testify to the return to space activities? What are the possibilities and limitations? Panel discussion was led by Paul Barclay.
Recorded July 9, 2019 in Questacon, Canberra. Constitution Day, organized by the National Archives of Australia
Dr. Matthew Stubbs – Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Adelaide; Deputy dean; Editor-in-Chief of the Adelaide Law Review.
Dr. Tristan Moss – : Teacher of History, School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, University of NIS.
Dr. Dave Williams – Executive Director, Digital, National Instruments and Collections, CSIRO; Former Head of the European Space Agency. Former chief executor, Space Agency of Great Britain