Science explainer: Artemis I mission
NASA’s Artemis I is the first of three increasingly complex missions in the Artemis program. It aims to return humans, including the first woman, to the Moon in the middle of this decade.
Meet Richard Stephenson: Tracking the James Webb Space Telescope
Meet master controller Richard Stephenson, supporting the James Webb Space Telescope’s exploration of the Universe.
Celebrating our (stellar) space women
We’re introducing you to a star cluster of our women who work in space.
What’s for dinner on Mars? The science behind space food
Our researchers are working to develop new foods and food production systems for extended space travel.
Travel to Mars with Perseverance, Ingenuity and Hope
It’s time to travel to Mars again! The journey is not easy. It takes perseverance, ingenuity and a lot of hope.
Space team ready: upgrading antenna for future travel
We're upgrading the 70-metre antenna Deep Space Station 43 at the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex. The antenna will support upcoming robotic and human missions to the Moon and Mars.
Out of this world: work experience at NASA!
Ever wondered what it’s like to work at NASA? One of our researchers has recently returned from a three-month stint at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Labs in the USA.
Top science stories in 2019
Celebrations in space, a major laser and a new human discovered. We've wrapped up the top science stories of 2019 as our gift to you.
Not one but two Aussie dishes were used to get the TV signals back from the Apollo 11 moonwalk
When Neil Armstrong stepped on to the Moon 50 years ago this month, Australians saw the images first. Australia even defied bad weather to bring the historic images to the world.
How we can shine in the next race to the Moon
If there was an up and down in space, Australia would be on top of the Earth looking at the centre of the galaxy - perfectly placed for the next race to the moon.
Space rocks! Six science experiments to celebrate the Moon landing
Fun science activities for kids all about space and the Moon. Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing with these experiments you can do at home.