Under the Milky Way: what a new map reveals about our galaxy
After a decade of analysis and thousands of hours of observing time, we have a brand new view of the Milky Way.
How CSIRO is turbocharging the world’s largest radio telescopes
We're turbocharging the world's largest telescope with a 19-beam receiver, made and built by our engineers.
Top 7 science images of the week
Want to see some cool science images? Yeah, we thought so. We've made a list of the top seven science images of the week for your viewing pleasure.
Watch This Space: Australian technology focal to the world’s largest telescope
Once completed the ‘Five hundred metre Aperture Spherical Telescope’ (FAST) will be the biggest telescope in the world, and the eye at its centre was made right here in Australia.
Great night for a red Moon
Next Wednesday, 8 October, there’ll be a fabulous reason to stop what you’re doing, grab your camera and look up. […]
Why the stuff between the stars is like a glass of beer
By Nola Wilkinson Ever wondered what there is between the stars? Dr Naomi McClure-Griffiths not only wonders about it, […]
It seems that nearly every week there is another announcement of a new planet being discovered somewhere – out there! […]
Moonrise on Mauna Kea
When one thinks of Hawaii tropical beaches and palm trees usually come to mind. Although it has plenty of this […]
Red Moon Rising
People in the eastern states of Australia may see a magnificent view on the evening of Tuesday 15 April. If you […]
Close encounters of the Mars kind
Earth and Mars are converging for a very close encounter as the distance between the two planets shrinks (at 300 […]
This coming Sunday when the clocks are wound back one hour, the curtains will stop fading faster, birds and cows […]