TECHNOLOGY

Australian space industry looks to mining for tech

AUSTRALIA's national space agency wants to heat up the international race to space through collaborations with mining companies.

 The Australian Space Agency want to use mining technology for operations on Mars and the Moon. The agency aims to reach the moon by 2024 and then head on to Mars from there.

The Australian Space Agency want to use mining technology for operations on Mars and the Moon. The agency aims to reach the moon by 2024 and then head on to Mars from there.

  The Australian Space Agency this week joined prominent mining figures at the Austmine 2021 Conference to talk about collaborations within the mining sector. In what was one of the most futuristic...

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