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Henry Thai

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Henry currently serves as the Chairperson for the Royal Aeronautical Society (Perth Branch) and studies engineering at Curtin University. He has a diverse set of interests involved with the space industry through Curtin's SSTC, and was previously a journalist and news presenter for 107.3fm and The Wire National Current Affairs on Radio.

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