Launching RMIT SPACE

November 2010

In late 2010 Bravo Charlie was commissioned by Science Advantage to film, interview and produce a series of videos to be displayed on large plasma screens during the launch of RMIT’s new SPACE (Satellite Positioning for Atmosphere, Climate and Environment) centre.

Via – “On 19 November 2010, RMIT University launched the RMIT SPACE Research Centre. The Centre has been established through the support of the Australian Space Research Program as part of its Space Science and Innovation funding stream.

The Centre focuses on the development of Platform Technologies for Space, Atmosphere and Climate, including new methods, new algorithms and frontier technologies for satellite positioning, navigation and timing, space situational awareness (including space object/debris monitoring and tracking), space weather and climate change modelling. “

Dr Le Marshall and Philip Bateman on the roof of the Bureau of Metereology

Professor John Le Marshall, Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research Bureau of Meterology

Kefei Zhang, Director of RMIT SPACE (Satellite Positioning Atmosphere Climate and Environment)

Daine Alcorn, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research & Innovation at RMIT