Satellite Positioning for Atmosphere, Climate and Environment
The SPACE Research Centre is committed to advancing the global competitive status of the Australian space industry.
The Centre performs cutting-edge research into platform technologies for space, atmosphere and climate applications.
The Centre draws together a strong team of national and international experts who target niche research areas that match their professional capabilities.
The Satellite Positioning for Atmosphere, Climate and Environment (SPACE) Research Centre focuses on the development of platform technologies for space, atmosphere and climate research.About
The RMIT SPACE Research Centre focuses on the development of Platform Technologies for Space, Atmosphere and Climate.Research areas
Projects are supported through research grants by the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science and Research (DIISR) and other funding bodies.Projects
The Satellite Positioning for Atmosphere, Climate and Environment (SPACE) Centre is comprised of Academics and Candidates who work on the centre’s projects.People
The SPACE Centre works in conjunction with the following local and international partners-Partners
A list of publications for the SPACE research centre.Publications
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