NASA to Launch Rockets from Northern Territory, Australia Written 3 June 2019

3 June 2019
The Daily Mail reported that NASA “has signed a world-first deal” with Arnhem Space Centre in the Northern Territory, Australia “to launch rockets in 2020.” The private spaceport “will become the first privately-owned site outside the US to launch NASA rockets.” Equatorial Launch Australia CEO Carley Scott “said the exciting deal was the ‘single most important event to date’ in putting the Australian space industry on the global map.” Scott added, “We’ve been pioneering in the area and it’s been a lot of hard work to date so when the world’s best are prepared to work with us, it’s a great endorsement.” (Image: Artist concept of the SLS in flight. Credit: NASA)
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