[Music plays and an image appears of a side view of a satellite orbiting the Earth, and then the image changes to show a view looking down on the satellite orbiting Earth]
[Image changes to show a female wearing a space suit, and then the image changes to show two males looking at a spinning world globe on a screen]
[Image changes to show three males looking at the Wombat Space Simulation facility, and then the image changes to show an aerial view of the ASKAP array]
Space is a vital part of Australia’s future.
[The camera pans over the ASKAP array, and then images move through of the CSIRO Black Mountain site, a female and male looking at equipment, and the Gilmour Space facility, and text appears: Space Careers Wayfinder]
The Space Careers Wayfinder is designed to give students an insight into real careers in the space sector.
[Image changes to show female 1 talking to the camera, and then the image changes to show a rocket engine being tested]
Female 1: I work for Gilmour Space. We build rockets and satellites.
[Images move through to show female 2 talking to the camera, female 2 working on a computer, and then a view looking down on a rocket launching]
Female 2: I’m working on getting CSIRO satellites launched and working in space.
[Images move through to show various people working on different pieces of equipment in the space sector and on computers]
Narrator: This video series provides unique interviews with designers and engineers, technicians, communicators.
[Image changes to show male 1 talking to the camera, and then the image changes to show the Australian Space Agency sign]
Male 1: I work at the Australian Space Agency.
[Image changes to show two males talking together]
[Image changes to show a satellite orbiting Earth, and then the image changes to show male 2 talking to the camera]
Male 2: We’re developing a new type of spacecraft propulsion system based on my research.
[Images move through to show a female talking to the camera, various teaching resources on a computer website, and a male talking to the camera outside a hut in Antarctica]
Narrator: These engaging videos and teaching resources are designed to inspire and ignite a passion in the next generation.
[Images move through to show a male and female in conversation, female 3 talking to the camera, a view of a multi storey building, a view looking over bushland, and two males looking at rock patterns]
Female 3: So much of what we do is enabled by space, but you need lawyers, you need environmentalists.
[Images move through to show a male seated at a picnic table and talking to the camera, two females looking at a computer together, and then a male looking up at the stars]
Male 3: Space needs the artists. It needs the teachers. It needs the storytellers.
[Image changes to show a close view of the world globe, and inset images appear of a female working on a computer, the Space Centre, and a female holding a drone, and the CSIRO and ANU logos and text appears: Space Careers Wayfinder, the CSIRO and the Australian National University]
The Space Careers Wayfinder, a collaboration between the CSIRO and the Australian National University.