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The Zadko telescope was the first in the world to turn its gaze to the light coming from a powerful explosion billions of light years away, just 215 seconds after receiving an alert from a NASA satellite.
Globular Clusters are densely populated masses of stars, usually found orbiting the centres of galaxies.
A new internet telescope was launched by State Education Minister Hon. Dr Elizabeth Constable.
Astronomers from ICRAR joined a historic Australia-China Commonwealth Roundtable on Astronomy at the Shanghai Expo.
ICRAR astronomer Dr Kenji Bekki has discovered a previously unknown process that causes new stars to form in large clusters of galaxies.
Six radio telescopes across Australia and New Zealand have joined forces to act as one giant telescope, linking up over a distance of 5500 km for the first time.