We have a stellar history in the space sector from radio astronomy research, to managing complex facilities and observing Earth from above, to supporting data and manufacturing supply chains.
Radio telescopes produce enormous amounts of data, and we need immense computing power to produce even a single image like this one.
Meet master controller Richard Stephenson, supporting the James Webb Space Telescope’s exploration of the Universe.
A new antenna and new space missions — there’s excitement brewing at the New Norcia ground station.
Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre is working with an innovative start-up to test the first room-temperature quantum computer in a national supercomputing facility.
The pulsar PSR J0523-7125 is more than ten times brighter than any other radio pulsar outside the Milky Way.
Next-generation radio telescopes unravel the mysteries of ghostly circles in the sky.
Would you spend your summer working on real-world astronomy and astrophysics problems? We spoke with four students who did just that.
Data can be beautiful. Here are our top 10 images from the ASKAP radio telescope data.
A new virtual reality film is the next best thing to visiting our Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory. Join Chris Brayton behind-the-scenes in filming Beyond the Milky Way.
Astronomers watched pulsars for 16 years to test Einstein’s theory of general relativity, which has stood unchallenged for over a century.
Professor Elanor Huntington joined us in November as our new Executive Director Digital, National Facilities and Collections. Let's get to know her.
Meet our astronomer and engineer who has helped to create a whole new branch of astronomy research and been awarded multiple prizes for his achievements.