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.
A team of researchers have discovered rare hexagonal-structured diamonds formed in space from a destroyed dwarf planet.
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 Inyarrimanha Ilgari Bundara, 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.