The Space Association of Australia Inc. is a non-profit, non-political interest group, whose members are keen to learn about and share with others their excitement and passion for spaceflight and space exploration. The Association has been based in Melbourne, Australia for over 30 years.
The Association exists to: promote, inform and educate the Australian public on the virtues of the peaceful exploration, utilisation and, colonisation of outer space; encourage space research and applications by the Australian Government, industry, educational, scientific and other organisations; and provide a regular forum for people to come together to share their knowledge and follow the latest space industry activities and developments from around the world.
What we do
The Space Association holds monthly public meetings every month except January. Members are sent a newsletter before each meeting, with notice of what's on at the meeting and other interesting space news. An email distribution list, web site and Facebook page has also been established for those with Internet access.
The Space Show
The Space Association presents a weekly radio program on 88.3 Southern FM in Melbourne. You can listen in to the broadcast or online from 7.00 pm to 8.00 pm every Wednesday night for the latest in space and astronomy news, interviews, commentary and other features. See: http://www.southernfm...
The Space Association organises special exhibitions, displays and lectures from time to time. They also arrange for members to visit aerospace facilities and other interesting places not normally seen by the general public. Social activities such as film nights and barbecues are also held throughout the year. See: http://www.space.asn.au...