Find out about the latest astronomy & astrophysics news, announcements and stories at ANU.
Finding a planet the size of Jupiter in the Milky Way is the astronomical equivalent to finding a needle in a haystack. But after a tumultuous year that began...
A book launch event was held for Mt Stromlo Observatory: From Bush Observatory to the Nobel Prize in the Commonwealth Solar Observatory on Dec 2.
Australian Research Council Supports Innovative Research in Astronomy, Astrophysics and Space Technology »
The RSAA is pleased to announce that it was the recipient of four ARC grants and a further two ANU projects were funded in space engineering.
A flag commemorating the Centenary of Mount Stromlo Observatory and the Centenary of Canberra is now on board the International Space Station.
The Australian National University was founded in 1946 to be different. It was designed to engage in research at the highest international levels for the...
After nearly a year of construction at Dynavac in the USA, the Space Simulation Facility (S2F) has arrived in Australia.
A multimillion dollar Space and Spatial Innovation Partnership, to be headquartered at Mount Stromlo, will create industry growth and jobs.
Astronomers at The Australian National University have found that planetary systems orbiting other stars are more organised than our Solar System.
Valerie Kirk has contained the universe by weaving strands of wool.
A Federal Government grant of almost $500,000 has been awarded to The Australian National University for restoration work to commence on the 1920s Director’s...
Professor Ken Freeman has been awarded the Australian Academy of Science’s highest honour for research in the physical sciences, the Matthew Flinders Medal.
A Federal Government grant of almost $500,000 has been awarded to ANU for restoration work to commence on the 1920s Director’s Residence at Mount Stromlo. When...