Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex

Local nameCanberra Deep Space Communication Complex
LocationPaddys River, Australia

The Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex is a satellite communication station, part of the Deep Space Network of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, located at Tidbinbilla in the Australian Capital Territory. Opened in 1965, the complex was used for tracking the Apollo Lunar Module, and along with its two sister stations at Goldstone, California and Madrid, Spain is now used for tracking and communicating with NASA's spacecraft, particularly interplanetary missions. It is managed in Australia by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canberra_Deep_Space_Communication_Complex

Official website http://www.cdscc.nasa.gov/index.html

Twitter https://twitter.com/CanberraDSN

Email pr@cdscc.nasa.gov

Phone +61 2 6201 7880

Address 421 Discovery Drive, Paddys River, ACT 2620, Australia

Coordinates -35°24'5" N 148°58'54.001" E

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