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A team of Australian and Spanish astronomers have caught a greedy galaxy gobbling on its neighbours and leaving crumbs of evidence about its dietary past.
At their meeting last week at the SKA Organisation Headquarters near Manchester, UK, the SKA Board of Directors unanimously agreed to move the world’s largest radio telescope forward to its final pre-construction phase.
Galaxies can die early because the gas they need to make new stars is suddenly ejected, research published today suggests.
In research published today in the Astrophysical Journal, an Australian led team of astronomers has used radio telescopes in Australia and Chile to see inside the remains of a supernova.
CSIRO’s AUSTRALIA TELESCOPE COMPACT ARRAY (ATCA) is extending into exciting new territory to provide some of the very highest resolutions achievable on Earth by combining with other telescopes at high frequency bands used in Radio Astronomy.
The University of Western Australia and the National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences (NAOC), has signed an agreement that will see up to 50 Chinese PhD students visit WA over the next five years.