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New Zealand is set to play a part in the future of spacecraft building, by helping Nasa to 3D-print parts in space.The US space agency will launch experimental spacecraft Archinaut One from Rocket Lab's Mahia Peninsula base.Once in orbit, Archinaut will 3D-print two 10-metre...
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Kiwi students Hammond Pearce and Rose Swears are about to finish a 10-week internship at NASA and are both working on "futuristic" equipment that may benefit humanity for the future. Mr Pearce originally has a background in computer engineering but told TVNZ1's Breakfast wor...
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The Government has withdrawn from playing a part in the world's biggest radio telescope because it says the benefits no longer outweigh the costs.New Zealand was a founding member of the non-profit Square Kilometre Array Organisation – and last year downgraded from fu...
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A Central Otago space radar is on track to start cleaning up space soon, but the location of the facility is not known - yet.California-based LeoLabs announced the project last year and construction of the facility began earlier this year.A LeoLabs spokeswoman said the inter...
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New Zealand's role in outer space is gaining momentum, bringing increased opportunities - but with that comes risks, including concerns the new technologies could be weaponised.Documents obtained by Newshub show 20 applications for space or high-altitude activities have been...
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In Space 3.0, "conquering the final frontier" is no longer the driving mission, but breakthroughs in the space tech industries will ultimately transform the technology used in every organisation, across every sector.Setting aside the cool factor, why should we care that, wit...
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On 23 May at the University of Waikato's Hamilton campus the New Zealand Space Agency and SpaceBase have gathered a panel of experts for a public discussion and Q & A. Their combined experience spans astronomy, astrophysics, space start-ups, satellites, and space e...
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