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Equatorial Launch Australia
« on: 11/05/2017 05:32 am »
This company is attempting to set up a launch site in Arhnem land, Northern Territory, Australia. They just signed a lease with the traditional owners.

Traditional owners sign space base lease

A $236 million Australian space station in the NT's northeast Arnhem Land is one step closer with traditional owners finalising a 12-year land lease agreement.

http://www.news.com.au/national/breaking-news/traditional-owners-sign-space-base-lease/news-story/d9ee86b96717ad60d14f697b2fce5ef1

Here's their Facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/equatoriallaunchaustralia/
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Re: Equatorial Launch Australia
« Reply #1 on: 02/07/2019 02:36 am »
"ELA secures US contract to support development of local launch industry
Stephen Kuper
07 February 2019

Equatorial Launch Australia (ELA) has announced the company’s first US-based customer, TriSept Corp, and will provide an efficient launch and recovery location in Australia."

https://www.spaceconnectonline.com.au/launch/3182-ela-secures-us-contract-to-support-development-of-local-launch-industry

Never heard of TriSept before. Here is their website

https://trisept.com/
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