Towards the Inaugural Australian Decadal Plan for Space Science: 2007-2016. What is Space Science? Draft Vision Process & Timeline Science Themes A Taste of the Proposed Science Summary. Plan Steering Committee
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Plan Steering Committee
(Iver H. Cairns, Brett Biddington, Graziella Caprarelli, Jon Clarke, David Cole, Peter Dyson, Brian Fraser, Alex Held, Marc Norman, Carol Oliver, Andrew Parfitt, Peter Robinson, Malcolm Walter, Bob Vincent, and John Zilman)
[See www.physics.usyd.edu.au/~ncss for Plan status and documents.]
Space Science includes:
Astronomy extra-solar system,
Earth Sciences surface and below.
Decadal Plan Steering Committee Science: 2007-2016
Public Outreach Working Group
Science Working Groups
Government Working GroupIII. Process (see www.physics.usyd.edu.au/~ncss)
Sun to Ground
Auspace Aust. Govt Antarctic Division
ANU British Aerospace Australia
Bureau of Meteorology Bureau of Rural Science
Cisco Systems COSSA
Geoscience Australia Gravitec
IPS Radio and Space Services La Trobe University
Macquarie University University of Adelaide
University ofNewcastle University of NSW
University of QueenslandUniversity of Sydney
University of South Australia University of Southern Queensland
University of Technology, Sydney University of Western Australia
Vipac WA Department of Land Inform.
- release of Draft Structure, Purview, and Strawman documents
(i) Sun and Space to Earth (SSE)
Understand how activity on the Sun and in space develops throughout the solar system and affects humans and human technology.
(ii) Plasma to Planets (P2P)
Understand evolution from plasma & dust to the present-day Sun, Earth, and other solar system bodies and then beyond.
(iii) Observing Australia, Earth and Planets from Space
Remotely sense and model the atmosphere, climate, oceans, surface, life, and geology of Australia, Earth and other planets and solar system bodies.
Understand the effects of space’s harsh environment on life and technology, develop space technology, and consider how life evolved on Earth and perhaps elsewhere?