Following its launch from New Zealand in March this year, and under the control of UNSW Canberra, the M2 has now split into two smaller CubeSats (M2-A and M2-B) and will now continue to orbit in formation flying.
The UNSW Canberra City-based business hopes its air traffic management satellites will lead to safety improvements for aircraft flying all over the world.
British aviation entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson will claim the title of the first billionaire to blast off to suborbital space aboard his own company’s rocket, having just announced a spaceflight booked for just 9 days ahead of rival Jeff Bezos’ planned flight.
Barrie Bardoe laments a lost opportunity that’s held up the race to get to Mars
HawkEye 360 has awarded University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies (UTIAS) a contract to manufacture the company's next generation of satellites.