back to article European Space Agency lights up new Australian antenna

The European Space Agency (ESA) has flicked the switch on a new antenna in the West Australian town of New Norcia. The new dish is located at an existing ESA facility that sports a 35-metre deep space tracking dish that's been used on big missions like Rosetta and Mars Express. But the agency is now keen on using New Norcia to …

  1. Mips

    New Norcia

    I thought that was is SE Asia.

    1. Long John Brass

      Re: New Norcia

      I thought it was where you found norcs... The nice ones at any rate :)

  2. Phil Kingston

    New Norcia, home of monk-baked bread goods and satellite tracking. Who'd have thought!

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