Astronomy

SpaceX Starlink satellites streak across Adelaide sky
SpaceX Starlink satellites streak across Adelaide sky
Satellite 'constellation' illuminates sky with 60 lights in a line spotted over SA and WA
Satellite 'constellation' illuminates sky with 60 lights in a line spotted over SA and WA
Elon Musk already helps keep the lights on in SA — now he's lighting up the sky
Elon Musk already helps keep the lights on in SA — now he's lighting up the sky
Thousands of satellites offer internet access, but an end to the night sky
Thousands of satellites offer internet access, but an end to the night sky
Are our night skies about to change forever? SpaceX plans to launch satellite constellations
Are our night skies about to change forever? SpaceX plans to launch satellite constellations
Amateur astronomer finds lost Indian lunar lander on the face of the Moon
Amateur astronomer finds lost Indian lunar lander on the face of the Moon
Indigenous Australians would have seen this star explode 9,000 years ago
Indigenous Australians would have seen this star explode 9,000 years ago
Canberra Sky Events 1 – 7 December 2019
Canberra Sky Events 24 – 30 November 2019
Canberra Sky Events 17 – 23 November 2019
There's a comet blowing into our solar system from deep space. Here's why that's exciting
There's a comet blowing into our solar system from deep space. Here's why that's exciting
It's a garden-variety comet, so why's everyone getting so excited about 2I/Borisov?
It's a garden-variety comet, so why's everyone getting so excited about 2I/Borisov?
It's a garden-variety comet, so why's everyone getting so excited about 21/Borisov?
It's a garden-variety comet, so why's everyone getting so excited about 21/Borisov?
A frozen object from interstellar space is about to hurtle past Mars
A frozen object from interstellar space is about to hurtle past Mars
Space probe with 'alien' samples headed to Australia
Space probe with 'alien' samples headed to Australia
Japanese space probe fires bullet into asteroid
Japanese space probe fires bullet into asteroid
When a black hole ate its companion, this star sped towards the edge of the galaxy
When a black hole ate its companion, this star sped towards the edge of the galaxy
A breakup of cosmic proportions: Supermassive black hole ejects hypervelocity star
A breakup of cosmic proportions: Supermassive black hole ejects hypervelocity star
A breakup of comic proportions: Supermassive black hole ejects hypervelocity star
A breakup of comic proportions: Supermassive black hole ejects hypervelocity star
Recreating Mars in the outback? It can and should be done, say researchers
Recreating Mars in the outback? It can and should be done, say researchers
Nation's darkest sky officially recognised as first official reserve for stargazers
Canberra Sky Events 3 – 9 November 2019
How Australia's space race benefits farmers on planet Earth
Unpiloted secretive US spaceplane lands after two-year mission orbiting Earth
Does this remote Pilbara property have what it takes to be a Dark Sky Sanctuary?
Canberra Sky Events 27 October – 2 November 2019
Two women conduct a spacewalk together for the first time in history
Space is about to get a funding boost, but there are ethical questions to consider
Is space a waste of time? The ethics of leaving earth
Two female astronauts are doing a spacewalk together right now
'Just doing our job': First all-female spacewalk completes extra 'get-ahead tasks' in seven-hour mission
First all-female spacewalk takes place on International Space Station
Hubble space telescope captures stunning vision of interstellar comet 2I Borisov
Hubble captures images of interstellar comet (Courtesy: NASA)
Alexei Leonov, the first human to walk in space, dies aged 85
The world's most closely watched ice shelf is about to shed an enormous iceberg
Satellites capture spectacular formation of giant Antarctic iceberg
The Milky Way's history is less boring than we thought
Saturn becomes 'true moon king' as scientists count 82 orbiting the planet
Meet the NASA legend living under the radar in regional Australia
'Hearing you loud and clear': The amateur radio buff who NASA astronauts call family
'Dinks and donks': A symphony of sounds captured on Mars
When galaxies collide
Cannibal Andromeda galaxy on path to collide with Milky Way
'They're spheres': Black holes aren't holes
NASA's visualisation of a black hole shows it is neither black, nor a hole. (Supplied: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center/Jeremy Schnittman)
NASA's new animation might actually help you understand black holes
Rare 'daytime fireball' meteor rumbles across sky in Far North Queensland
Dashcam vision captures rare 'daytime fireball' meteor over Far North Queensland
'Something has fallen out of the sky in a place called Murchison'
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