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Aust Science Channel 11h
Don't forget if you want to go to space these days, you'll need a STEM background!
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Aust Science Channel 11h
It's been just over one year of ! Exciting to see Dr Megan Clark talk about Australian space innovation!
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Aust Science Channel 11h
Replying to @RSRigda
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Rachael S Rigda 11h
Cause Oz rules. We touchy feely here 🤣
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Aust Science Channel 12h
Equipment on the Moon is still providing data and we're learning more all the time
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ABC Science 12h
In 1969, there were three places on Earth capable of receiving the signals. 1. Goldstone, USA 2. Honeysuckle, near Canberra 3. Parkes, NSW Honeysuckle's Mike Dinn helped bring Armstrong's first steps on the Moon to our TV sets.
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ABC Science 12h
“I think Australia has the ideas and we’re showing those ideas to the world. People are starting to realise that Australia can be at the front line of innovation in space” - Dr Megan Clarke, Head of the on
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ABC Science 12h
Show of hands. Would you go to space? ✋✋✋
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Aust Science Channel 16h
NASA has a secret stash of moon rocks yet to be opened. But there are some moon rocks are on public display – including one in Australia that you can touch. Discover Canberra's Moon Rock Trail incl
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FIXE 20h
Calling all future space stars 🚀🛰️ Applications are NOW OPEN for Space Industry Work Experience programs with industry partners like and Tag a friend and apply before 31 July: 📸:
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Brian Cox 21h
And for everyone in Australia - tonight at 8pm - Stargazing Apollo 11 special !
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ABC Science Jul 15
Put your safety goggles on 🚀 : Moon and Beyond, tonight 8pm
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Aust Science Channel 19h
The risk between cancer and soft drinks translates to: If 1000 people increased their daily sugary drink intake by 100ml, you might expect the number of cancer cases to rise from 22 to 26 per 1000 people over a 5-year period 🥤 via
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Science at ANU 21h
Come and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing with ANU during ! (17-21 July). Traverse lunar craters from Mt Stromlo Observatory, Stargaze with Indigenous Astronomer Pete Swanton, touch a piece of the moon and more. Full program is out now.
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Aust Science Channel 21h
50 years ago, a huge step in the space race was about to take place. What will the next 50 years hold for space? Read our collection of stories about Australia's future in space.
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Swinburne University of Technology 22h
Associate Professor Alan Duffy explains how a recent faster-than-light detection is not what it appears... ⚡
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Aust Science Channel 22h
An industry career as an environmental scientist can combine a love for the outdoors as well as meaningful community engagement work, via
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Aust Science Channel Jul 15
Discover Australia’s incredible history in helping understand our place in the universe. From the beginning of Indigenous astronomy to today, Australia has always played a leading role in space.
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Aust Science Channel 23h
Good morning Twitter!
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Aust Science Channel Jul 15
Discover Australia’s incredible history in helping understand our place in the universe. From the beginning of Indigenous astronomy to today, Australia has always played a leading role in space.
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