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NASA will launch a rocket from Northern Australia

NASA will launch a rocket from Northern Australia

NASA will launch a rocket from North Australia for scientific research. This is the first time NASA has launched rockets from a commercial facility outside the US.

The rocket will be launched from the Arnhem Space Center, which is owned by a company called Equatorial Launch Australia.

About 75 people from NASA personnel will be in Australia for the important event.

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said he hoped the project would inspire young people.

NASA missions will investigate heliophysics, astrophysics, and planetary science phenomena that can only be seen from the southern hemisphere.

The launches will be the first by the US Space Agency from Australia since 1995.