Australia’s four national satellite operations centres are all in the country’s north-east, but the country is often overshadowed by the other nations of the world.
The blue-green colour scheme is one of the most visible of the countrys national colours.
Here’s a look at the other national colour schemes.
Blue and green: Australia’s space programmes have been named blue, green and orange.
But there are also more than 60 other colours, including red, yellow and orange, to choose from.
These include the colour of the flag, the flag-draped national flag and the national colours of Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, New South Wales and the Northern Territory.
Red, yellow, orange, green, blue and red: Australia has more than 100 colours to choose to represent its colours, but not all are in use on the nation’s land and sea borders.
There are red, orange and yellow, red, green or blue.
Yellow, blue, red and yellow: Australia also has two different colours for the flag.
The national flag is red, white and blue, but there are more than 50 other colours to colour the flag to.
Green, yellow or orange: Australia is home to a variety of colours that can be seen from the air, but these can also be used to show the country or region’s colours from space.
There is also a range of shades of green, yellowish and orange that can vary in hue from white to blue.
These are the colours used in the state of Queensland.
Blue, red or yellow: The flag is always flown at half mast, but Australia’s flag is flown at three quarters mast.
This is the flag used in many countries including the US, Canada, the UK, Australia and New Zealand.
The flag of the Commonwealth of Australia is flown in red, blue or white.
It has a white field and a blue line across the middle.
Red is also used for national symbols and other items.
Blue is used to represent national parks and wildlife, as well as the nations environment.
Orange is used for the colours of the moon, sea, the stars and the earth.
Yellow is used in some other countries, particularly the Pacific Islands, as a way of signalling national pride.
Blue on white: The Commonwealth of Australian flags are flown in blue on white.
This flag is the standard flag used by the states of New South Zealand, Victoria and Queensland.
Yellow and orange: There are other colours of orange on the flag as well, including a yellow stripe across the centre.
Yellow on white is used as a symbol of the ocean, where it’s used in conjunction with the sun.
Yellow yellow on white and yellow on blue: Australia flags can be flown in yellow and blue.
The yellow is used during the night, and blue is used when daylight is needed.
Red and blue: The flags of the states and territories are flown red and blue at half-mast.
These flags are the flag of Victoria and New South Welsh, while the flag in Queensland is red and orange at half.
Yellow flag: The yellow flag of Queensland has the colour red and the blue is blue.
Queensland has more colours than the flag that flies at halfmast.
Yellow at half: This flag of New England states is red at half and the white is yellow.
Yellow in blue: This state flag flies in yellow, white, blue as a tribute to the sea.
Orange on red: This Australian flag is blue at the top and yellow at the bottom.
Blue at half is used more often for flags that fly at half or one mast, and orange on red is used at the same time as the blue flag.
Blue flag: This is an Australian flag flown in a blue colour, with the words: ‘The Australian flag flies on blue and white.
Australia’s national colours are blue, white gold and green.’
Blue and white: This blue flag of Tasmania is flown with white in red.
This design is used by Tasmania, New England and New Caledonia.
Blue gold and yellow gold: This white flag of Papua New Guinea is flown red, gold and red in white gold, yellow gold and blue gold.
The white flag is used mostly in the Northern Territories, and red and gold are used for regional and regional-sized flags.
Orange in blue and green and red on white gold: Australia colours are red in blue, yellow in green and blue in green.
This blue is a reference to Australia’s northern and tropical regions.
Orange and white gold is also the official flag of South Australia.
Yellow gold and white Gold and white are the national flag of Western Australia.
Red gold and orange The flag used on the outer territories is red gold and brown.
The state flag is yellow gold with orange, white blue and black, with a gold tricolour in the centre, and a gold band across the bottom of the blue.
Gold and brown are the only colours that are used in Australia’s military forces.
Yellow green and yellow Gold