Cosmic crash-site investigated
Astronomers have been using our Parkes radio telescope to study the cosmic train-wreck that is Abell 3667. Abell 3667 is […]
Students Drive the Dish
CSIRO’s PULSE@Parkes project gives high students the opportunity to control the iconic Parkes 64m radio telescope, the Dish, remotely in […]
A Golden Age of Astronomy?
Are we entering a ‘Golden Age of Astronomy’? CSIRO astrophysicist Ray Norris certainly thinks so. He talks with Radio National’s […]
Terrific Telescope Time-lapse
CSIRO is pretty proud of its new 36 dish ASKAP radio telescope currently being developed in the outback of Western […]
A Microquasar Makes a Giant Manatee Nebula A new view of a 20,000-year old supernova remnant demonstrates the upgraded imaging […]
Watch NASA’s New Ears Grow in Canberra
Webcams let you watch as these mighty ‘ears’ on the universe growWork continues on the construction of two new antennas […]
Geysers from the Galaxy’s heart
They’re big, powerful and fast. Top to bottom, they measure about half the Galaxy’s diameter. They contain as much energy […]
Astronomy from the Ground Up!
Teacher Workshops, 3 – 5 May, 2013 Parkes Observatory This is a wonderful opportunity for educators to develop their knowledge and skills in […]