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SPACE 2.0 – INDUSTRY INSIGHTS #1

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Interview with Lloyd Damp, CEO, Southern Launch and James Powell, Co-founder, Dawn Aerospace.

Southern Launch is developing a multi-user launch complex at the tip of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. It will provide complete launch infrastructure and a turn-key launch service solution to polar and sun-synchronous orbit.

Dawn Aerospace is developing a spaceplane: a sub-scale suborbital vehicle capable of flying up to an altitude of more than 100km several times a day for the purpose of delivering small satellites to sub-orbit. It can take off and land at standard airports alongside normal aircraft.

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