Posts by Flornes Yuen
CSIRO opens Observatory office
Yesterday, 4 July 2013, we officially opened our newest office space for CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science, in Western Australia. […]
TGI Tau Day!
No, not Towel Day, but Tau Day, 28 June. You’ve probably heard of Pi Day, which is celebrated on the […]
“We are ultraordinary”
By Lisa Harvey-Smith (CSIRO ASKAP Project Scientist) It took the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) teams from Australia–New Zealand and Southern […]
Friday Fun: Who said that?
According to the Internet, Jerry Seinfeld once said, “I’ve compiled a book from the Internet. It’s a book of quotations […]
Up all night with ATCA
We’re so excited to see our Australia Telescope Compact Array dancing to Daft Punk’s latest single ‘Get Lucky’, in preparation […]
Earlier this morning, people across Australia, Papua New Guinea and some small Pacific Islands were witness to an annular solar […]
Chatting with the stars: Kate Brooks
Our colleagues over at the CSIRO News blog are currently running a feature on some of our scientists, who are […]
Friday fun: alphabetology
Scientists – and especially astronomers – tend to use quite a few acronyms in their work. A lot. Complex scientific […]
Wormhole Wednesday: to the edge of the Universe with Ron Ekers
A month or so ago, we marked the fiftieth anniversary of the discovery of quasars – huge, energetic explosions of […]
Pink moon rising
Did you happen to catch the lunar eclipse last night? Don’t worry if you missed it, you’re probably not alone. […]
It’s Yuri’s Night! Unleash your inner astronaut.
Get off that couch and into your spacesuit because it’s time to celebrate the International Day of Human Space Flight. […]