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Podcast: Branson v Bezos, and war in space

This week brought us the latest update in the “billionaire space race”, as Virgin Galactic’s Sir Richard Branson officially made his move to beat rival Jeff Bezos to space.

Podcast: Branson v Bezos, and war in space
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In this episode of the Space Connect Podcast, hosts Adam Thorn and Liam Garman were joined by reporter Hannah Dowling to discuss this new-age space race, and the feasibility of the future of ‘space tourism’.

But first, the crew reviews the winners of the Australian space industry’s night of nights, following the Australian Space Awards 2021.

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Plus, the team examines NATO’s decision to extend its collective defence clause – Article 5 – to include acts of war in space, and the latest development in Australia’s national space capabilities.

Hannah Dowling

Hannah Dowling

Writer – Defence and Aerospace, Momentum Media

Hannah joined Momentum as a journalist in 2019, and has since written breaking news stories across a diverse range of corporate industries, including finance, real estate, investments and aviation. She has a keen interest in the global aviation sector, with a particualy focus on improving overall individual wellbeing across the aerospace industry.

Hannah graduated from Macquarie University in Sydney Australia with a Bachelor of Media (Journalism) and is currently pursuing postgraduate studies.

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