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ASRI Satellite Program
The aim of the Satellite Program is to develop an Australian domestic capability to develop, design, manufacture and operate space systems.
This will be achieved through the development of core technology and experience in designing, building, launching and operating space systems such as satellites.
The Satellite Program fulfils a significant part of the ASRI Vision. The program is concerned with the development of a satellite capability, including the domestic development of a ‘generic’ satellite Bus and associated Payloads and to fly on one or more of these generic Buses.
“To develop capability to build and launch Australian satellites”
The objective of the Satellite Program is stated simply above. ASRI wishes to develop the capability and the experience to define, develop, launch and operate satellites.
To achieve this, the Satellite Program will build capability both within ASRI and in the broader Australian context through co-operation with other organisations and educational institutes.
What can I do?
Satellite Program documents now available for comment
The ASRI Satellite Program documents are now available for comment. If you have any comments, please contact Ashley Roll.
You can find them in the the docs folder or follow the links below.
Please note that the ASRI board has not yet been asked to approve these documents and so they are a draft issue.
Looking for Missions and Projects
We are open to suggestions for satellite missions and projects, so if you would like to discuss something with us, please contact Ashley Roll.