Australian Space Research Program—Platform Technologies for Space, Atmosphere and Climate Project: Selected Innovations

  • Norman R
  • Carter B
  • Bennett J
  • et al.
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Abstract

In 2010 an international consortium led by RMIT University was awarded a multi-million-dollar Australian Space Research Program (ASRP) Project—“Platform Technologies for Space Atmosphere and Climate”. This project is part of the Australian Government's recent space-related initiative to support national strategic, economic and social objectives. The aim of the project was to develop new algorithms, new approaches, software and system platforms for enhancing Australias capability in space-related research and promoting innovative applications of space-related cutting-edge technologies in Australia. The main project objectives and a selection of innovative research findings are presented, highlighting the applications, practical conceptualization and mathematics required.

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Norman, R., Carter, B., Bennett, J., Le Marshall, J., Hearne, J., & Zhang, K. (2016). Australian Space Research Program—Platform Technologies for Space, Atmosphere and Climate Project: Selected Innovations (pp. 159–174). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-4-431-55342-7_15

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