SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: THE FUTURE OF SPACE EXPLORATION

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As new countries and private citizens begin to expand their reach to space, space exploration is becoming a more crowded field than ever before.

So, how do we look at the lessons from life on Earth and ensure a fruitful future of space exploration?

Emeritus Professor at Western Sydney University and Professorial Fellow at Bond University Steven Freeland speaks with Breakfast’s Tom Mann about what the future of space exploration could look like.

Period15 Oct 2021

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  • TitleSCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY THE FUTURE OF SPACE EXPLORATION
    Media name/outletRadio Adelaide
    Media typeRadio
    Duration/Length/Size14.37 minutes
    CountryAustralia
    Date15/10/21
    DescriptionAs new countries and private citizens begin to expand their reach to space, space exploration is becoming a more crowded field than ever before.

    So, how do we look at the lessons from life on Earth and ensure a fruitful future of space exploration?

    Emeritus Professor at Western Sydney University and Professorial Fellow at Bond University Steven Freeland speaks with Breakfast’s Tom Mann about what the future of space exploration could look like.
    PersonsSteven Freeland