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Explore the Solar system, the Galaxy and the Universe with astronomers from ANU.
When the New Horizons spacecraft flew past Pluto in 2015 it sent back amazing pictures of a very complex and surprising world. Was it enough to prove Pluto should be reinstated as a planet?
Future telescopes will give an unprecedented view of the Universe - not just stars and galaxies, but individual planets, and maybe even other life forms.
Dr Phil Dooley will explain how Astronomers know the dark side of the Universe exists, even though we can't see it.
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.
Mount Stromlo Observatory in conjunction with the Canberra Astronomical Society invite the Canberra community to attend our public observing nights of 2016.
Where do meteorites come from and what are they? Dr Emma Kirby has the answers!
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