One small step for man, a giant leap for space science
From why women are more efficient astronauts to how space tech can help with bushfire responses, RMIT experts share their insights on current and future space science.
50 years on: Five moon mission facts that'll still wow you
On the 50th anniversary of humanity’s first walk on the moon, we asked a physicist, former astronaut trainer and all-round space nerd to shares her favourite lunar factoids.
Microgravity research rockets: an opportunity for Australian industry?
Now that Australia has a space agency, the next challenge is to find a niche in the expanding global race to commercialise space, writes physicist Dr Gail Iles.
Making defence research partnerships work
Becoming an industry partner of choice requires several key ingredients, writes RMIT aerospace and defence research centre director Professor Michelle Gee.