Space Engineering facility takes off

Space Engineering facility takes off

Australian space scientists will no longer need to go offshore to build satellites, following the completion of the Advanced Instrumentation and Technology C

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RSAA Engineer wins Women in Industry Awards

RSAA Engineer wins Women in Industry Awards

RSAA is celebrating the achievements of Dr Naomi Mathers, the Australian GMT Project Office Industry Liaison Engineer.

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AITC Integration Hall
Workshop: Utilising Existing Australian Space Capability for Future Growth

Workshop: Utilising Existing Australian Space Capability for Future Growth

To celebrate the opening of the Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre (AITC) on the 15th July 2014, the ANU is hosting a series of workshops to showcase existing capability in the Australian space sector and explore future opportunities. Join experts from Australia, USA, Europe and Japan.

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RSAA astronomer wins 2014 Gruber Cosmology prize

RSAA astronomer wins 2014 Gruber Cosmology prize

RSAA astronomer Professor Ken Freeman has won the 2014 Gruber Cosmology Prize.

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Mount Stromlo Observatory 74-inch dome
Release of report on gender access and equity at RSAA

Release of report on gender access and equity at RSAA

A report on gender access and equity at The Research School of Astronomy & Astrophysics was delivered to the Director on 6 March 2014.

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RSAA scientist elected as Academy of Science Fellow

RSAA scientist elected as Academy of Science Fellow

The Australian Academy of Science has honoured seven ANU scientists by electing them as Fellow

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Mt Stromlo Observatory Public Astronomy Nights

Mt Stromlo Observatory Public Astronomy Nights

Mount Stromlo Observatory in conjunction with the Canberra Astronomical Society invite the Canberra community to attend our public observing nights of 2014

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Is the universe getting more complex?

Is the universe getting more complex?

Is the universe getting more complex?  

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Welcome to the website of the ANU Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics.  The school operates a world-class observatory and has a long history of research and technical activity at the forefront of astronomy and astrophysics. The research interests of our astronomers cover the length and breadth of the field, from planetary science to cosmology, instrumentation to theory. 

Updated:  23 June 2014/Responsible Officer:  RSAA Director/Page Contact:  Webmaster