National Committee for Space and Radio Science

The National Committee for Space and Radio Science (NCSRS) aims to foster the space and radio sciences in Australia, to link the Academy to Australian space and radio scientists and relevant scientific societies, and to serve as a link between Australian and overseas space and radio scientists, primarily through the International Union for Radio Sciences, the Scientific Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Physics and the Committee on Space Research.

Australia in Space: a decadal plan for Australian space science 2021–2030

Australia in Space presents a ten-year plan for Australian space science, with recommendations and strategies to advance national interests and priorities in space; growing the innovation economy, developing sovereign capability and improving the lives of all Australians. Download the plan at www.science.org.au/AustraliaInSpace

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Members

Professor Emeritus Fred Menk
Chair
A/Professor Francis Bennet
EMCR member
Dr Brett Biddington
Observer
Professor Celine Boehm
Member
Professor Suelynn Choy
Member
Dr Kimberley Clayfield
Member
Professor Christophe Femeaux
Member
Professor Jonti Horner
Member
Professor Ross McPhedran FAA
Member
Dr Katarina Miljkovic
EMCR member
Professor Anna Moore
Observer (ANU InSpace)
Dr Carol Oliver
Member
Professor Chris Rizos
Observer
Professor Paul Smith
Deputy Chair
Michael Terkildsen
Observer (BoM SWS)

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