An Outback site on the tip of Australia is set to become a launch location for NASA rockets sending high-tech telescopes into space.

Equatorial Launch Australia (ELA) has secured a $1 million contract with the US space agency – the first commercial company to ever do so.

The launch site is in East Arnhem Land and has been developed in communication with local landowners from the Gumatj clan.

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