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SpaceX CEO Elon Musk full speech on Multiplanetary within SpaceX September 2017 Event. Elon Musk speaks on technical difficulties and challenges to make people present at Mars. This is the continuation of Elon Musk’s legendary 2016 speech on Multiplanetary and Mars travelling. Currently Elon Musk is the CEO and Lead Designer of SpaceX. The company developed Falcon and Dragon spacecraft units. A bunch of their rockets has been successfully launched and returned to starting place. Today’s SpaceX presentation is providing from International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia. Elon Musk talks on Making Life Multiplanetary. Elon Musk mentioned 16 successful launches of their rockets. In perspective SpaceX will launch a lot of launches of rockets per day. Elon says that making Drago...
On September 29th at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Adelaide, Australia, SpaceX CEO and Lead Designer Elon Musk provided an update to his 2016 presentation regarding the long-term technical challenges that need to be solved to support the creation of a permanent, self-sustaining human presence on Mars.
The first University of Adelaide-built satellite was launched by NASA early on Wednesday 19 April 2017. This nanosatellite is one of dozens which are headed for the International Space Station, and will be used to monitor the earth's upper atmosphere.
Showing you her space with in ours and how we are going to be sharing a room with her until Oct of next year when we will then buy a 4 bedroom house :)
That Space is a new coworking office in the heart of one of Adelaide's best retail precincts. To help us offset some of our costs, we are selling advertising on our big screen which is located directly across from the main pedestrian crossing in Norwood.
Sitting among apple-bin chairs and an impressive geometric dome made from salvaged wood, Cassandra Tombs, creative director of Tuxedo Cat, says the biggest hurdle facing young entrepreneurs looking to start a business in Adelaide is finding the space. Read more at http://www.insideadelaide.net
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NASA and the Russian Space Agency: Signed the 68th Adelaide International Astronautical Congress. It seems that the cooperation of outer space between East and West will continue after the United States and Russia agreed to work together on the next step of deep space exploration. NASA and the Russian Space Agency, Roscosmos, signed the 68th International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia, a joint statement that makes the space agency concept of the US space agency a common goal for the two major powers. As the International Space Station ERA enters the last decade of its planned operational life, the next phase of manned space exploration begins to grow. One focal point is the NASA Orion crew capsule designed for deep space missions in Cislunar space, asteroids and Mars. An ...
"This week at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Adelaide, Australia, SpaceX CEO and Lead Designer Elon Musk provided an update to his 2016 presentation regarding the long-term technical challenges that need to be solved to support the creation of a permanent, self-sustaining human presence on Mars." Souce: SpaceX Video edited by : Go To Space Footage Courtesy: SpaceX - If you like this video please subscribe to my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/GotospaceOrg - Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoToSpace_GTS - Check out my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GoToSpace/ - Add me on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+GotospaceOrg Musk's FULL Speech at the 2017 International Astronautical Congress | Go To Space | Best to watch in HD #GoToSpace #ITS #IAC ...
Satellite Built By Adelaide University Researchers Part Of Australia's Return To Space Building a functioning satellite is considered a mark of an advanced nation, but according to an Adelaide space engineer, Australia has not built one since the mid 1990s. "That was the Fedsat," University of Adelaide's Doctor Matt Tetlow said. "It was a while ago now. I think from memory it was about 1997. Satellite building is something I think we've dropped the ball on a bit." In the 50th anniversary year of science fiction series Star Trek, it is appropriate Dr Tetlow and his students are boldly going where no Australians have gone for a while. They are returning Australia to the satellite-building business. Fifth-year engineering students Patrick Philbey, Jade Chantrell and Hayden Bignell wer...
Workplaces have changed dramatically over the past decade, becoming much more open, transparent and accessible. The way that people now work in offices is much more akin to the way students work at university libraries, cafes and parks. Work has become much more fluid and self-organising, so the references for new workplace design often come from university campuses, which have also seen dramatic changes in recent times. Hubs, co-working and collaboration spaces are just some of the examples of the next generation of work and learning spaces. http://www.hassellstudio.com/ http://www.hassellstudio.com/en/cms-expertise/education-and-sciences/ http://www.hassellstudio.com/en/cms-projects/detail/university-of-adelaide-learning-hub
At the 68th International Astronautical Congress, IAC TV sits down with Michael Davis, the Chair of the Space Industry of Australia (SIAA), to talk about all the work that went into putting together the congress in Adelaide, the announcement of the new Australia Space Agency, and what he hopes member’s take away from the congress.
The Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne makes his grand entrance in the space ball, then landing right on top of the reviewer's head. The copyright of this music and performance remains with the band. No infringement is intended.