Space Agencies Of Australia And Netherlands To Collaborate With ISROSeptember 15, 2021 12:02
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The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has many recent achievements registered in the recent years and most of the experiments turned successful. The top agencies of the Australia and Netherlands are quite interested to collaborate with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) as per the latest update. Though they have decades of experience in space technology, they have established their space agencies in the recent years. They also do not have a standalone and they have been working with the agencies of other countries to complete their planned missions.
The discussions about the collaborations are made at the International Space Conference during the inaugural session of 'Building New Space in India'. Mr. Anthony Murfett, Deputy Head of the Australian Space Agency (ASA) said that the country is focused on several areas in the upcoming years. Key decisions about business and startups will be taken and the solutions on agriculture and disaster management will be taken. ASA was established three years ago and it is looking for international collaborations. The government of Australia is also proud to support the Gaganyaan mission.
ISRO will soon launch two satellites that will provide communications and tracking support for the human spacecraft Indian Data Relay System Satellites (IDRSS). These satellites are expected to be placed 36,000 km about the equator and they will offer total tracking and communication. There would be ground-based and floating platforms in the orbits of the earth. The Netherlands Space Office(NSO) also expressed its interest to work with ISRO.