Cassini's 20 year voyage is coming to a scheduled end on Saturn this September and we want you to come along and join us to celebrate!
Looking at the radio emissions from distant quasars, which appear to twinkle, researchers from Many Astrophyics have found what they think might be the answer: hairy stars.
Our social media staff compiled a list of science-themed books and gifts from Etsy and elsewhere.
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By Tom Measham, Senior Research Scientist and David Fleming, Research Economist Why would young Australians buck international trends and move […]
By Leo Joseph, Research Director and Curator, Australian National Wildlife Collection The Night Parrot has been called the “world’s most […]