Past events

List of past events.

27
Sep
2016

How to find a planet, make a black hole or build a solar system »

10.30am 27 September 2016

Explore the Solar system, the Galaxy and the Universe with astronomers from ANU.

26
Sep
2016

Future giant telescopes »

12.30pm 26 September 2016

Future telescopes will give an unprecedented view of the Universe - not just stars and galaxies, but individual planets, and maybe even other life forms.

25
Sep
2016

The dark side of the Universe »

12.30pm 25 September 2016

Dr Phil Dooley will explain how Astronomers know the dark side of the Universe exists, even though we can't see it.

24
Sep
2016

Climate change and rising sea levels »

12.30pm 24 September 2016

Professor Eelco Rohling studies the ice caps and the oceans, he'll explain how the whole system fits together and what's in store for the sea levels.

23
Sep
2016

Mt Stromlo Observatory Public Astronomy Night »

8pm 23 September 2016

Mount Stromlo Observatory in conjunction with the Canberra Astronomical Society invite the Canberra community to attend our public observing nights of 2016.

18
Sep
2016

The dark side of the Universe »

12.30pm 18 September 2016

Dr Phil Dooley will explain how Astronomers know the dark side of the Universe exists, even though we can't see it.

17
Sep
2016

Meteorites »

3pm 17 September 2016

Where do meteorites come from and what are they? Dr Emma Kirby has the answers!

17
Sep
2016

Explosions in Space »

12.30pm 17 September 2016

Brad Tucker studies the biggest explosions in space, join us to find out all about them.

16
Sep
2016

Where are all the Aliens? »

12.30pm 16 September 2016

Associate Professor Charley Lineweaver is on the search for Aliens. Join us to find out why he thinks we're unlikely find them.

15
Sep
2016

Daily Talk: How cubesats are revolutionising the space industry »

12.30pm 15 September 2016

Rod Boswell is part of the program to build test and launch Australia's first satellites in over a decade. Join him to hear how satellites the size of a loaf of bread are revolutionising the space industry.

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