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Amit Saha, SEIT, UNSW, Canberra, Australia
*Tapabrata Ray, SEIT, UNSW, Canberra, Australia
* Hideaki Ogawa, Centre for Hypersonics, UQ, Queensland, Australia
*Russell Boyce, Centre for Hypersonics, UQ, Queensland, Australia
LEARNING FROM EVOLUTIONARY-ALGORITHM BASED DESIGN OPTIMISATION OF AXISYMMETRIC SCRAMJET INLETS

Jizhang Sang, EOS Space Systems Pty Ltd
Craig Smith, EOS Space Systems Pty Ltd
An Analysis of Observations from EOS Space Debris Tracking System

Elyse Schinella, Department of Earth and Planetary Science, GEMOC ARC Nationa
*Craig O'Neill, Department of Earth and Planetary Science, GEMOC ARC National Key Centre, Macquarie University, Sydney, NSW, 2109
Constraining weathering processes on Venus from particle size distributions and Magellan Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR)

Hagen Schulte in den Baeumen, School of Physics, University of Sydney
Iver H. Cairns, usyd
Peter A. Robinson
Nonzero azimuthal magnetic fields at the solar source surface: Extraction, model, and implications

Murray Sciffer, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences. University of
Colin Waters, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences. University of Newcastle
Estimating ULF wave equatorial electric fields from ground magnetic field measurements

Paolo Sossi, Australian National University
Oliver Nebel, Australian National University
Metal – Silicate Fractionation of Iron Isotopes in Chondritic Meteorites

Duncan Steel, Australian Centre for Astrobiology, University of NSW
Space Debris: Quantifying and Mitigating the Impact Hazard

Duncan Steel, Australian Centre for Astrobiology, University of NSW
A hypothesis for Mercury’s high metal content

Duncan Steel, Australian Centre for Astrobiology, University of NSW
David Asher, Armagh Observatory, Northern Ireland
Encountering the Teeth of the Dragon: The hazard posed to satellites by the anticipated Draconid meteor storm on 2011 October 08

Duncan Steel, Australian Centre for Astrobiology, University of NSW
Harrison Steel, Wesley College, University of Sydney
Space Reconnaissance: Scanning the Sky with an Optical Arecibo

Leon Stepan, DSTO - Intelligence Surveillance & Reconnaissance Divisi
Robert Earl, DSTO - Intelligence Surveillance & Reconnaissance Division
Iain Cartwright, DSTO - Intelligence Surveillance & Reconnaissance Division
Simulation and Modelling using Nanosatellites

*Graham Steward, IPS Radio and Space Services
Automatic Recognition of Complex Magnetic Regions on the Sun in GONG Magnetogram Images and Prediction of Flares: Techniques for the Flare Warning Program Flarecast

Kane Stone, La Trobe University
Svetlana Petelina, La Trobe University
Investigating global stratospheric pollution from the 2006 Victorian bushfire using modern satellite data

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