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On Australia Day (January 26), 18 high school students from Kent Street High School in Perth will board a Qantas Boeing 747 aircraft and fly over the South Magnetic Pole.
It’s the big astrophysical whodunnit. Across the Universe, galaxies are being killed and the question scientists want answered is, what’s killing them? New research published today by a global team of researchers, based at ICRAR, seeks to answer that question.
An extraordinarily brilliant point of light seen in a distant galaxy, and dubbed ASASSN-15lh, was thought to be the brightest supernova ever seen. But new observations from several observatories, including ESO, have now cast doubt on this classification.
A brief but brilliant burst of radiation that travelled at least a billion light years through Space to reach an Australian radio telescope last year has given scientists new insight into the fabric of the Universe.
The world’s biggest telescope, the Square Kilometre Array (SKA), will be the hot topic of discussion for a joint Italian-Australian meeting held in Perth this week.
A telescope located deep in the West Australian outback has shown what the Universe would look like if human eyes could see radio waves.