A golden year for a giant antenna
We’re celebrating the achievements of Deep Space Station 43 over its 50 years of space communications.
Everyday AI: Artificial intelligence and the final frontier
Whether or not life exists outside of our planet is a question that has inspired astronomers, scientists and philosophers throughout the ages. Now, thanks to artificial intelligence (AI), we’re getting even closer to finding answers.
Meet Eleanor Ingram: Moving to a different beat
A first-time marcher at Sydney WorldPride, Eleanor Ingram is celebrating diversity and flying the flag for neurodivergent people.
Seeking supernova remnants with our leading radio telescopes
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s… new supernova remnants!
Re-entry: bringing Australian space talent back home
After two decades overseas studying space weather and building a career in the global space industry, Dr Mark Cheung has returned to Australia and Team CSIRO.
Scanning deep space: ASKAP’s survey science projects
Nine international teams are exploring the secrets of the Universe with our ASKAP radio telescope.
Science never stops: our people keep things running over the break
The science must go on! From caring for algae to monitoring the skies, our scientists will be working as hard as Santa's elves this Christmas.
New telescopes for radio astronomy: welcome SKA-Low!
Full steam ahead! Construction starts on one of the biggest ever radio telescopes at our Western Australian observatory.
Sharing Wajarri sky and stars across the globe
Our radio observatory in Western Australia has been gifted a traditional name. This all part of our pledge to support the world’s oldest living culture.
Science explainer: Artemis I mission
NASA’s Artemis I is the first of three increasingly complex missions in the Artemis program. It aims to return humans, including the first woman, to the Moon in the middle of this decade.
What goes into building a telescope? Meet Dr Douglas Bock
Dr Douglas Bock is the Director of our space and astronomy team, overseeing the engineering and research that enables us to peer through the cosmos.