Space Law – It’s not Rocket Science Public Lecture
This lecture will be given by Ms Kim Ellis, an Australian International Lawyer and Scientist who leads the Swinburne Space Office, here in Melbourne. The topics is how Australia is making a splash on the international space arena as the Australian Space Agency turns one.
|When:||Friday, July 19 2019. 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM|
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|Where:||EN Building, Lecture Theatre 102. (Enter from Burwood Road)|
Swinburne University of Technology , Burwood Road, Hawthorne, VIC, 3122
|Topic:||Space and astronomy|
This will be an informative lecture on how Australia is making a splash on the international space arena as the Australian Space Agency turns one. We will also be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing.
Before the talk from 5:45pm in the EN foyer:
The Swinburne Aerospace and Space society invite you to join them and discuss their activities as we celebrate the Apollo Moon landing.
The purpose of Swinburne Aerospace & Space Society is to connect students from undergrad to postgrad who are interested in aerospace and space and to provide projects and other similar opportunities. We are currently designing a rocket capable of reaching 10 000ft carrying a payload of 4kg and returning it safely back down. We hope to provide a unique high G environment for students and academics in addition to readying students for capstone projects and enterprising space industry within Australia.
Diana CousinsSwinburne UniversityEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 0458 400 055