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.
Moon landing playlist: Music you can moonwalk to
Our Moon landing playlist is full of certifiable bangers to get you in the mood for the 50th anniversary of an out-of-this-word milestone in history.
Moonwalk your way to The Dish
Do you swoon over the Moon? What if we told you that you can get up close and personal with space right here in Australia, in the middle of a ‘sheep paddock' in country NSW?
Australia is still listening to Voyager 2 as NASA confirms the probe is now in interstellar space
Voyager 2 has entered interstellar space and is still sending back data that are picked up by radio telescopes in Australia.
NASA spacecraft arrives at Bennu asteroid
NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft has travelled more than 2 billion kilometres across the solar system and has now officially arrived in Bennu’s orbit.
24 things you didn’t know about CSIRO (that could help you win the next trivia comp)
We like to help solve big problems. If that problem happens to be a tough question about us at your next trivia night, we've got your back.
Japan’s space agency joins us to take near-space balloons up, up, and away
We're going sky-high with Japan’s space agency, JAXA, as they become one of our latest partners in space, launching high-altitude balloons in our unique Alice Springs facility.
CSIRO and NASA – a partnership as unlimited as space itself
A new agreement signed this week in Washington DC provides the framework for Australia – and CSIRO – to support NASA’s exploration of the Solar System.
Few Australians know the unique role the country plays in the global space network
Australia is positioned perfectly to look up into the centre of the galaxy — something you can’t do from many other parts of the world. That outstanding location and our world-class capability in space science underpins a phenomenal contribution to international space programs.
Tracing Cassini’s fiery death was like seeing a heart monitor flatline
At a NASA site nestled in a valley not far from Australia's capital city, a lucky few get a close view of the end of the spacecraft's 20 year odyssey.
Expect the unexpected from the big-data boom in radio astronomy
Technology is driving a revolution in the way radio astronomers study the universe, and it could lead to new discoveries.