Capturing the Universe in paint and pixels
Parts of the invisible Universe have been captured by Wajarri artist Margaret Whitehurst and by our researchers using the ASKAP radio telescope.
Celebrating our (stellar) space women
To celebrate World Space Week, we’re introducing you to a star cluster of our women who work in space.
Next phase for ASKAP stargazing begins
Like any new technology, we’re still learning what the ASKAP telescope does best – and how we can wield it to uncover the secrets of the Universe.
A special supermoon Q&A with Dr Vanessa Moss
We had a lot of questions about May's total lunar eclipse and supermoon. Thankfully, Dr Vanessa Moss was able to help.
Meet our researcher: Dr Vanessa Moss
Dr Vanessa Moss is a Senior Experimental Researcher with us. We go through some ways she uncovers our Universe and makes it easier to do so.
Quasar Satellite Technologies: From bench to boardroom with blue sky innovation
From astrophysicist to medical physicist to space entrepreneur, Dr Ilana Feain combines her passions for science, technology and innovation every day.
Five twinkling galaxies help us uncover the mystery of the Milky Way’s missing matter
Thanks to the discovery of five twinkling galaxies in a rare alignment, astronomers have been able to calculate the properties and geometry of an invisible gas cloud in space.
A thread of the cosmic web: astronomers spot a 50 million light-year galactic filament
Until recently, the Universe's gas filaments have been elusive. But now one was detected with our ASKAP radio telescope.
Bad space weather may make life impossible near Proxima Centauri
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.
We’ve mapped a million previously undiscovered galaxies beyond the Milky Way. Take the virtual tour here.
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.
ASKAP searches for afterglow of gravitational wave
The latest analysis of gravitational waves from an event detected by LIGO may change our understanding of neutron stars and black holes. Our ASKAP radio telescope has a key role to play in unravelling the mystery.