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Second deep space antenna to be built in WA

Second deep space antenna to be built in WA

Million dollar joint European and Australian space agencies project.
May 3 2021 12:26PM
AWS outage cripples ACT Emergency Services Agency website as Canberra bushfire rages

AWS outage cripples ACT Emergency Services Agency website as Canberra bushfire rages

Wobble drags on through Thursday
Jan 23 2020 6:00PM
AI tool aims to predict global water conflicts before they happen

AI tool aims to predict global water conflicts before they happen

Mitigating clashes before they break out.
Jun 17 2019 1:10PM
Euro astronauts could replace laptops with AR headsets

Euro astronauts could replace laptops with AR headsets

For science experiments and space station work.
May 18 2017 9:36AM
Europe trials IP-based satellite flight traffic control

Europe trials IP-based satellite flight traffic control

To arrive for commercial flights by 2019.
Dec 21 2016 8:54AM
European satellite tracking dish ready for service in WA

European satellite tracking dish ready for service in WA

Smaller antenna for fast lock-on of launches from French Guiana spaceport.
Feb 15 2016 6:05AM
European Space Agency hacked

European Space Agency hacked

'Just for the Lulz'.
Dec 15 2015 6:42AM
Euro global navigation system passes first tests

Euro global navigation system passes first tests

Four satellites launched.
Sep 3 2013 5:55AM
ASQA moves to consolidate IT service providers

ASQA moves to consolidate IT service providers

Education regulator aims to break down silos.
Aug 13 2013 8:30AM
Space Policy Unit enters cyberspace

Space Policy Unit enters cyberspace

Space.gov.au launched.
Jul 1 2010 6:42AM
Engineers to develop software for robotic space missions

Engineers to develop software for robotic space missions

An international consortium of engineers has won €250,000 (AUD$424,000) from the European Space Agency to develop safety measures for next-generation satellite systems.
Aug 22 2008 12:24PM
Review: SenSage ESA

Review: SenSage ESA

One of the regular complaints heard from enterprise network staff is how they often struggle to avoid drowning in log files. Threats against compliance, security and uptime are disclosed in event logs, but the staff’s good intentions for investigating those data points collides with the high costs of managing and researching the massive jumble. SenSage clears the way through logjams of enormous size, enabling users to quickly extract hard answers.
Mar 1 2006 12:00AM

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