Cyber + Space

The Australian Space Discovery Centre is one step closer to launch as construction of the facility and Mission Control Centre has officially started.

The sixth Lockheed Martin-built Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF-6) protected communications satellite successfully completed its On-Orbit Test period on August 27.

SYPAQ Systems has announced an exclusive agreement with Keystone Cyber Security to expand the cyber security capabilities of both organisations.

Australia’s first commercial space capable rocket has reached the edge of space.

archTIS Limited has entered into a substantial contract with Joint Capabilities Group within Defence.

SYPAQ has been confirmed as the exclusive Australia-NZ (ANZ) agent for Kleos Space, in an announcement made to the Australian Stock Exchange.

Space Machines Company has contracted Gilmour Space to launch a 35 kilogram spacecraft to orbit, the largest payload announced to date by an Australian space company.

Terra Schwartz’s Cyber Team has been awarded a Sovereign Industrial Capability Grant from the Department of Defence.

Defence small businesses will be recruited to join the fight against cyber threats under a new industry support program being launched.

DEWC’s payload, called the DEWC-SP1, will pave the way for future developments towards a sovereign Australian space-based electronic warfare capability.

SOIO is a collaborative venture between Leonardo and Australian company DEWC T&E.

Southern Launch has selected the T-Minus Engineering DART rocket to launch DEWC’s prototype payload on a parabolic trajectory into space at the Koonibba Rocket Test Range.

The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) and the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) have released new Cloud Security Guidance to support the secure adoption of cloud services across government and industry.

Southern Launch, founded in 2017, is developing a multi-user launch complex at the tip of the Eyre Peninsula in SA, offering a turn-key launch service solution to polar and sun-synchronous orbit.

The government is taking the first step towards investing in Australia’s first fully owned and controlled military satellite communication constellation.

The government will invest $87 million towards improving facilities at the joint US-Australian Space Surveillance Telescope, Naval Communications Station Harold E. Holt in Exmouth, on the tip of the North West Cape.