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New Zealand releases draft aerospace strategy

                                

Space and aerospace policy documents emphasising research and partnerships are open for comment

Funding of NZ$9 million for research partnerships with the US space agency Nasa and an additional NZ$3m for other research projects are the centrepieces of New Zealand’s proposed aerospace strategy.

The government will also provide NZ$3.7m to the Civil Aviation Authority for an Emerging Technologies Programme. As well as the aerospace strategy, which is open for comment, the government has launched a review of its space policy.

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