Space Archaeology and Sociology
BLUFThe importance of medicine, health and other societal issues when thinking about aerospace, space junk and life in space.
In this episode of the eight-part Space Series, we look at the last 60 years and what we have learned in space, while delving into space archaeology and sociology. On this week’s episode we speak with a leading pioneer in space archaeology, A/Prof Alice Gorman from Flinders University, world leader in ethical dilemmas in emerging areas including aerospace medicine, Dr Evie Kendal from Swinburne University of Technology and joining the conversation once more is Annie Handmer who is on the advisory council of the Space Industry Association of Australia and currently investigating the interface between science, society, and military activities in space, from the University of Sydney,
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