NASA administrators Senator Bill Nelson and Deputy Administrator Pamela Melroy recently visited Te Pūnaha Ātea- the Space Institute of the University of Auckland, where they praised New Zealand’s achievements in the space sector and encouraged graduates to take up internship opportunities with NASA. The visit provided an opportunity to discuss the Clear Shores mission, which…
Te Pūnaha Ātea Space Institute was proud to host Techweek 2022 event, “MethaneSAT: NZ’s role in solving a climate challenge from space” in its new Mission Operations Control Centre….
The New Zealand space industry is taking off in a massive way, but to be the brightest star in the NZ$647 billion global space economy we need skilled workers. Te Pūnaha Ātea – Space Institute, at the University of Auckland is helping to address that need by offering courses that will shape New Zealand’s next generation of space scientists and engineers….
Te Pūnaha Ātea – Auckland Space Institute, a multidisciplinary centre of expertise in space science and engineering at the University of Auckland, has been chosen as the permanent host of the New Zealand based Mission Operations Control Centre (MOCC) for the MethaneSAT mission….
New Zealand’s first government funded space mission has taken a ‘giant leap’ with Auckland University’s Te Pūnaha Ātea-Auckland Space Institute announced as the permanent host of the New Zealand based mission control centre for a global methane tracking satellite….