TRANSCRIPT Interview – Sunrise, Channel 7

Topics: Hypersonic technology and Australia-UK Space Bridge E&OE: Natalie Barr: Well imagine flying from Australia to London in four hours. Hypersonic technology is set to change the way we travel. It will allow aircraft to reach speeds of more than 6000 kilometres an hour which is five times the speed of sound.  Flights could be…

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TRANSCRIPT Interview – ABC Radio Adelaide Breakfast

Topics: Space Science & Space Industry Conference, NASA Moon to Mars program E&OE David Bevan: Karen Andrews is the Federal Minister for Industry, Science and Technology. She is in Adelaide today for the big space conference. Good morning, Minister. Karen Andrews: Good morning. How are you? David Bevan: We are well. What message or money…

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TRANSCRIPT Doorstop – Memorandum of Understanding between Australian Space Agency and Tasmanian Government

Topics: Tasmanian space industry, Australian Space Agency, Blue Economy CRC Speakers: The Hon Karen Andrews MP, Federal Minister for Industry, Science and Technology The Hon Will Hodgman MP, Tasmanian Premier The Hon Michael Ferguson MP, Tasmanian Minister for Science and Technology Mr Anthony Murfett, Deputy Head of the Australian Space Agency E&OE Will Hodgman: Karen…

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TRANSCRIPT Interview – 5AA Adelaide Breakfast

Topics: NASA Moon to Mars program, space industry E&OE David Penberthy: NASA has a stated goal of returning to the moon by 2024, and over the weekend, the suggestion Australia could help them get there. The Australian Space Agency, headquartered right here in Adelaide, has signed a statement of intent with the people of NASA.…

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TRANSCRIPT Interview – ABC Gold Coast Breakfast with Bern Young

Topics: NASA Moon to Mars program, space industry, World Meteorological Organisation E&OE Bern Young: Now our Prime Minister Scott Morrison is of course over in the US you’ve been hearing about that in the news, well this morning but also yesterday, the big announcement was around a NASA initiative involving Australia. [Excerpt] Scott Morrison: We are…

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Interview – ABC Radio AM with Kim Landers

Topics: NASA Moon to Mars program, space industry, critical minerals, rare earths E&OE Kim Landers: Well the Prime Minister has also used his trip to the US to announce $150 million to help the Australian Space Agency and local businesses be part of NASA’s bid to return astronauts to the moon within five years and…

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TRANSCRIPT Interview – Sky News AM Agenda

Topics: NASA Moon to Mars program, space industry E&OE Annelise Nielsen: Returning now to one of our top stories about the US visit and this recent announcement made there that the Australian Government will support the US ambition to get to Mars eventually with a $150 million fund. Joining us live, Karen Andrews, Minister for…

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TRANSCRIPT Interview – Radio National Breakfast

Topics: NASA Moon to Mars program, space industry E&OE Hamish Macdonald: Well Australia has hitched a ride on Donald Trump’s ambitious plan to send a human mission to Mars. The US President has directed NASA to return to the moon by 2024 and to then use the lunar landings as a launchpad for a seven-month…

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TRANSCRIPT Interview – Weekend Today

Topics: $150 million investment in Australian space sector to join NASA for Moon to Mars mission. E&OE: Allison Langdon: Well, prepare for lift-off. The Prime Minister has had space on the brain during his visit with Donald Trump, announcing a $150 million investment into local businesses and new technologies to support NASA missions. David Campbell: Yes, for…

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