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The Hubble telescope has shifted into one-gyro mode after months of technical issues − an aerospace engineering expert explains
Slow-spinning Radio Neutron Star Breaks All Rules
Why do astronomers look for signs of life on other planets based on what life is like on Earth?
The universe’s biggest explosions made some of the elements we are composed of. But there’s another mystery source out there
The rush to return humans to the Moon and build lunar bases could threaten opportunities for astronomy
Satellite images provide early glimpse of telescope’s potential
Scientists uncover the climate of a planet 280 light-years away
New JWST observations reveal black holes rapidly shut off star formation in massive galaxies
Giant galactic explosion exposes galaxy pollution in action
New Book Gives Insider’s View Of Cosmic Search For Life
A once-dormant magnetic neutron star is emitting strangely polarised light
Major New Telescope Build Completed In Germany
​CSIRO telescope detects unprecedented behaviour from nearby magnetar
Could a telescope ever see the beginning of time? An astronomer explains
NASAs JWST Probes Extreme Starburst Galaxy
Gippsland plumber wins Australian astronomy medal for 400,000 star measurements over decades
​CSIRO telescope becomes stellar ‘speed camera’ in world-first measurement
World’s leading research infrastructure conference heads down under
Astronomers discover 49 new galaxies in under three hours
We went looking for glowing interstellar gas – and stumbled on 49 unknown galaxies
Upgrade Creates Accessible ‘Space’ At Dish
‘Dark stars’: dark matter may form exploding stars – and observing the damage could help reveal what it’s made of
Kinder Test Could Improve Diagnosis Of Womb Cancer
Citizen scientist group finds 15 rare ‘active asteroids’
Peer Life Coaches organize evening of EAA stargazing on Ookayama Campus
Our survey of the sky is uncovering the secrets of how planets are born
Collaboration and cost-of-living high priority for the philanthropic sector
2023 Yoshinori Ohsumi Award for Fundamental Research Awarded to Three Researchers
Clarity Pharmaceuticals says SAR-bisPSMA detects PC lesions in the 2-millimetre range
Jupiter’s moon Europa produces less oxygen than we thought – it may affect our chances of finding life there
The ‘average’ revolutionized scientific research, but overreliance on it has led to discrimination and injury
New JWST low-mass galaxy observations could help settle scientific debate about early universe origins
What ended the ‘dark ages’ in the early universe? New Webb data just brought us closer to solving the mystery
A black hole discovery could force us to rethink how galaxies came to be
Expert commentary: CSIRO supports Intuitive Machines’ first Moon mission
Beyond whats possible: new JWST observations unearth mysterious ancient galaxies
Newly Discovered Carbon Monoxide-Runaway Gap Can Help Identify Habitable Exoplanets
X-ray image of half universe
Stargazer’s guide to heavenly events in 2024
Starving mass monster
The Solar System used to have nine planets. Maybe it still does? Here’s your catch-up on space today
Lightest black hole or heaviest neutron star? Manchester astronomers uncover a mysterious object in Milky Way
Mysterious object attracts attention
Astronomers produce most sensitive radio image ever of ancient star cluster
Why weighty stars hold together
Surprising magnetic galaxy
Meteors, supermoons, a comet and more: your guide to the southern sky in 2024
Want to get into stargazing? A professional astronomer explains where to start