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Latest media releases

ASKAP telescope to rule radio-burst hunt

May 22/ 2017

Dishes of CSIRO’s Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder. Credit: Kim Steele, ICRAR. A CSIRO telescope has found its first ‘fast radio burst’ from…

ASKAP telescope to rule radio-burst hunt

Minor planet named Bernard

Feb 17/ 2017

A minor planet in the Solar System will officially be known as Bernardbowen from today after Australian citizen science project theSkyNet won a competition to…

Minor planet named Bernard

Select Media Coverage

DateTitleSourceType
20170329Astrónomos captan una visión sin precedentes del halo de una galaxia activa cercanalainformation.comonline
20170329Halo Of Nearby Starburst Galaxy Seen In DetailInternational Business Timesonline
20160924A ‘game-changer in the search for aliens’: China switches on world’s biggest telescopeThe Telegraphonline
20161026See Astronomers’ Hydrogen Map of Milky Way Galaxy with Unprecedented DetailNature World Newsonline
20161020Under the Milky Way: what a new map reveals about our galaxyThe Conversationonline
20170119Dark Matter Could Be Destroying Distant GalaxiesSmithsonian Magazineonline
20170314White dwarf X9 is closest star found orbiting a black hole at astonishing 12 million km/hThe Sydney Morning Heraldonline
20170411SKA telescope project spurs Kiwi big data breakthroughReseller Newsonline
20161027Australian astronomers at ICRAR reveal how the sky would look in radio wavesThe Sydney Morning Heraldonline
20161026Lighting Up the Night SkiesThe New York Timesonline
20170505Friendly invitation to the universeThe West Australianprint
20170224The Square Kilometre Array: going to infinity and beyondAustralian Financial Reviewprint