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Where are all the cabins and laboratories?
We’ve seen lots of photos of everything below RV Investigator’s water line, but what about the cabins, laboratories and the bridge? […]
Australia creates world’s first continental-scale mineral maps
The new suite of mineral maps will enable mining companies to increase the efficiency and viability of their exploration efforts. […]
The smallest room on RV Investigator and the ship’s colours on show!
These latest photos from the Sembawang shipyard are of the bathroom design, some photos of the latest blocks and there’s the first […]
Mars pics from Curiosity
Just wanted to share these amazing pictures from the Curiosity mission. For more news and the latest from Mars go […]
Houston, we have a check in: Space 2.0
(This article first appeared in The Conversation.) Social media is the new frontier for space exploration, shaping an age of […]
Bat virus could hold key to Hendra
Australian scientists have discovered a new virus in bats that could help shed light on how Hendra and Nipah viruses […]
Australia is “all ears” for Mars landing
NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory will land on Mars on Monday 6 August (AEST). The Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex, which […]
Haikus on Mars
When we hear signals beamed back from Mars rover Curiosity’s landing next week, it will be poetry to the ears […]
Having a reely good time in Norway!
All the scientific winches to be installed on the new Marine National Facility vessel Investigator are being put through the ropes (ha ha), […]
UK Space Agency chief to head CSIRO Information Sciences group
Some of Australia’s most important space, mathematics and digital technologies research will now be driven by a new leader, with […]