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Not just astronauts – how Australian students can launch a space career right now

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As the Australian space sector booms career opportunities in the industry are expected to soar, making space the next frontier for jobseekers. In light of this, Curtin University has launched a new Graduate Certificate to give students a taste of the science and business of the space sector – and no experience is necessary. It’s the first course of its kind to focus on living and working in a space environment.

We speak with Curtin University space expert Professor Gretchen Benedix and get insights into what the course offers, opportunities the space sector offers and some of the most exciting space missions Curtin is working.

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