#Space tracking communications
Space and Science and Stormtroopers – Oh My!
2013 Space Open Day – Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex Sunday, 18th August 2013 On a brilliant, sunny, albeit chilly […]
Space Open Day – look behind the scenes
SUNDAY, 18th AUGUST 2013 – Starts 9am | Closes 5pm The Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex (CDSCC) is opening its […]
For Pluto, Practice Makes Perfect
You’ve been in space for 7.5 years, heading to the outer reaches of our solar system. In two years you’ll […]
MOM is heading to Mars and a Goddess going to the Moon
The second half of 2013 is shaping up to be a very busy time for deep space missions with four […]
Where do the holes from metal washers go?
Unlike the mystery of ‘where do the holes in doughnuts go?’, the question of ‘where do the holes from metal […]
Asteroid passes by Earth and brings its own moon
The Californian sister station to the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex (CDSCC) is radar tracking a large asteroid that is passing through […]
Deep Space Dish Will Watch for New Horizons
Construction of NASA’s new 34-metre beam waveguide antenna located at the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex (CDSCC), reached an important […]
At the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex we’re constructing new 34-metre wide antennas and we’ve reached a big milestone with […]
What a difference a wash and paint make!
As part of the 6 months of upgrade works on Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex’s 70-m antenna Deep Space Station […]
Deep Space Station 43 turns 40!
On the 13th April, 1973, then Prime Minister Gough Whitlam officially opened the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex’s (CDSCC) new […]
The search for lost Apollo 11 tapes
You may have missed the fascinating detective story involving John Sarkissian, Operations Scientist at the CSIRO Parkes Observatory. Find out […]