An exclusive look at NASA’s brand new command centre near Canberra built to facilitate communications between Earth and the first people to walk on Mars.
NASA will be able to better support future robotic and human space missions with the completion and full operation of a new antenna dish at our Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex.
A team of astronomers led by the French space agency CNES are heading to Alice Springs next year to use a giant balloon 30 storeys high to lift a 1-tonne telescope 40kms above the Earth
After an extremely long journey NASA’s Juno spacecraft will soon enter orbit around the planet Jupiter. We’ll be on hand to help out NASA with the super-sensitive antenna dishes at the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex.
Few people know or recall the story of the last person to walk on the Moon during the 1972, Apollo 17 mission. But that is about to change with the release of a new film called ‘The Last Man on the Moon’ and an Australian speaking tour hosted by our very own astronomer, Dr Lisa Harvey-Smith.
We’re working with NASA to uncover the mysteries of Great Barrier Reef.
When looking for evidence of some of the universe’s mysterious high energy particles, why not enlist the help of our nearest neighbour: the moon?
Spacecraft never sleep, they don’t take public holidays or celebrate the festive season – so neither do our team at the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex (CDSCC)
It’s been a busy year for our science, as we constantly look for new ways to make Australia a better place. Here’s ten of our favourite ‘jaw dropper’ blogs that we think helped us do that.