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.
Until recently, the Universe's gas filaments have been elusive. But now one was detected with our ASKAP radio telescope.
We recently detected the signature of fierce space weather from Proxima Cen, which implies an orbiting planet could be blasted with hazardous particles and magnetic fields.
Astronomers have mapped about a million previously undiscovered galaxies beyond the Milky Way, in the most detailed survey of the southern sky ever carried out using radio waves.
The iconic Parkes radio telescope received a special honour from Australia’s first scientists and astronomers: a traditional Indigenous name.
Astronomer Dr Chenoa Tremblay uses modern telescopes and supercomputing power to find and study atoms and molecules in interstellar space.
What goes into building an international astronomy treaty? Our astrophysicist Dr Sarah Pearce represented Australia in the international negotiations to establish the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Observatory as an intergovernmental organisation.
Celebrate The Dish's addition to Australia’s National Heritage List with our downloadable colouring templates.
Our Parkes radio telescope, or 'The Dish', is the first functioning scientific instrument to join Australia's National Heritage List.
The David Malin Award winners have been announced for 2020. We show you some of the 253 stellar shots that entered this year's astrophotography competition.
It’s time to travel to Mars again! The journey is not easy. It takes perseverance, ingenuity and a lot of hope.
A special virtual Indigenous Astronomy Panel recently took place, inspired by Indigenous STEM Award winner Alana Doohley.
Supercomputers in Canberra and Perth power the analysis and modelling that decision-makers rely on in national crises.