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An MWA antennae tile group

Australian SKA site producing the goods

Australia-New Zealand Square Kilometre Array site is already producing world-class results

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Your PC is bored! Use its spare power to advance Australian radio astronomy research.

Galaxy cluster

Cosmic expansion rate confirmed

Hubble constant measured using new method, boosting confidence in cosmology

Galaxy NGC 1300

Milky Way is a galactic cannibal

Cosmic cannibalism could have made our Milky Way galaxy the shape it is today.

SPICE Physics ICRAR Remote Internet Telescope

New SPIRIT for student astronomy

Students across Western Australia to get access to $100,000 remote-controlled telescope.

Super Science with the SKA

Super Science with the SKA

Australian astronomers eagerly anticipate the science they’ll do with the SKA. Watch the video…

Australia from space

Astronomy linking Australia and Asia

Latest advances in radio astronomy will forge relationships across the region.

Data deluge for astronomers

Data deluge for astronomers

Super-sized telescopes will have to capture and use staggering amounts of data.

Artist's impression of the central part of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA).

Supercomputer boosts SKA chances

Computing facility could help Australia-New Zealand win rights to host biggest radio telescope.

Large Magellanic Cloud

Cosmic tails betray a close encounter

Two nearby galaxies got up close and friendly about 1.2 billion years ago.