ICRAR

http://www.icrar.org


ICRAR is an institute of astronomers, engineers and big data specialists supporting the Square Kilometre Array, the world’s largest radio telescope. ICRAR is an equal joint venture between Curtin University and The University of Western Australia, with funding support from the State Government of Western Australia.


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What happens when Cosmic Giants meet Galactic Dwarfs?
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Spinning supermassive black hole rips a star apart
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How Australia's politicians see our future in space
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Supernovae, the Moon, & our Universe: Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR
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Supernovae, the Moon, & our Universe: Astro Morning Tea (Captioned)
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The SKA - An international affair
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Space junk, galaxy shapes, and cheese: Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR
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Space junk and galaxy shapes: Astro Morning Tea (Captioned)
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Simulation of the cataclysmic supernova SN1987A
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Fumes, dark energy, and black death: Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR
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Fumes & dark energy: Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR (Captioned)
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Hidden Galaxies: in the zone of avoidance
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Galaxies, black holes, and turkeys: Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR
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Galaxies and black holes: Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR (Captioned)
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Discover the GLEAM galactic survey
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Discover the GLEAM galactic survey (Captioned)
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NASA tests & data storage: Astro Morning Tea (Captioned)
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NASA tests, Matter & Data storage: Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR
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The 'missing satellite problem'
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Christmas is in the air at Astro Morning Tea
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Christmas is in the air: Astro Morning Tea (Captioned)
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Flavia Tata Nardini on women in engineering
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Flavia Tata Nardini on the future of the internet
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Particles and moon caves: Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR (Captioned)
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Particles, moon cave, and bombs: Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR
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Fly though the Universe with the GAMA survey
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Fly though the Universe with the GAMA survey (captioned)
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Fifty years since Australia beat the world to space
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The number zero, a vanished star, & going batty: Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR
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Zeroes and vanished stars: Astro Morning Tea (Captioned)
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Columbus, Caterpillars and WASP: Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR
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Sailing Through Space with Bill Nye
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How does a radio telescope work?
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ISS, Illegal activity and Pineapples: Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR
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ISS and Pineapples: Astro Morning Tea (Captioned)
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Scientists Watch Collision That Created Gravitational Waves
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Gravity, Plutomania and the Day Comedy Dies: Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR
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Gravity and Plutomania: Astro Morning Tea (Captioned)
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Explore Murchison - Australia's SKA site
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Astro Morning Tea: Environmentalism and everything is Dutch! (Captioned)
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Astro Morning Tea with ICRAR: Environmentalism, Missing things and everything is Dutch!
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Articles

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Space pic of the week: Happy birthday Hubble Space Telescope
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NASA's TESS launches today
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Space pic of the week: Yuri Gagarin
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Outback radio telescope listens in on interstellar visitor
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Space pic of the week: The gullies of Mars
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There could be swarms of black holes in the centre of our galaxy
7 minutes
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CERN measures anti-matter with all new precision
3 minutes
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A BRITE idea discovers the nature of a supergiant star's wind
7 minutes
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The aliens might be dead anyway
4 minutes
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Hubble spots the most distant star ever seen
6 minutes
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Fire your name into the Sun
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The atomic galaxy that has astronomers puzzled
6 minutes
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Chinese space station Tiangong-1 headed to Earth this weekend
16 minutes
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Space pic of the week: Soyuz headed for launch
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On This Day: Gemini III, the first dual-crewed US spacecraft
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Space pic of the week: The Stellar Nursery
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Stephen Hawking dies, aged 76
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Astronomers discover galaxies spin like clockwork
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Space pic of the week: Jupiter's octagon of cyclones
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Juno reveals continent-sized cyclones on Jupiter
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Space pic of the week: The swirling clouds of Jupiter
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A new signal from the very beginning of the universe
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Life is out there… maybe
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Opportunity’s 5,000 sols on Mars
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We're living in the aftermath of a galactic tidal wave
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Space pic of the week: A rose made of galaxies
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Amateur astronomer snaps a surprise supernova at its birth
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On This Day: John Glenn becomes the first US astronaut to orbit Earth
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We just can't wait to meet those aliens
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Space pic of the week: ISS photobombs the Moon!
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In a galactic tug of war, the Milky Way is not as disadvantaged as we thought
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A down-to-Earth journey to 'Mars' gets under way
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The 10 best photographs from the SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch
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Everything you need to know about the SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch
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Curiosity captures the sweeping Martian landscape from Gale Crater
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Astro image of the week: glory out of the gloom
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Chinese scientists to test a laser so powerful it could rip apart empty space
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Have we been looking for life on other planets the wrong way?
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The chocolate chip cookie dough theory of Earth's mantle 
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Let Jupiter be the yardstick when defining new planets, physicist suggests
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What gives feeding black holes a bad case of wind?
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Rocket Lab shows that small is beautiful with historic launch
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Titan's secrets unveiled in unprecedented detail in new topographic map
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Cleaning up our space junkyard
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NASA discovers giant ice deposits just under the Martian surface
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NASA takes us on a virtual journey to the centre of the galaxy with 360° views
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Is this the source of mysterious galactic radio bursts?
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To the stars and beyond – reasons to look up in 2018
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2018 shapes up to be a huge year in physics and astronomy
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Robotic return trip to comet and drone exploration of Titan, are NASA finalists for future missions
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The water within Mars
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Cosmic rays might lead to cloudy days - but claims of affecting climate change look exaggerated
7 minutes
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Astronomy is great in any sign language
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Everything you want to know about the SKA's Murchison Widefield Array
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Life's building blocks may have been created in space
4 minutes
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Recent claims about dark matter’s existence shed little light on the subject
8 minutes
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From the outback to orbit: Why doesn't Australia celebrate its achievements in space?
6 minutes
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The challenger to WRESAT's crown
10 minutes
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WRESAT: When Australia beat the world to space
13 minutes
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Help nickname NASA’s new target
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Astro Morning More - Investigating WASP 19b
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Getting in sync with the SKA
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ESA Astronauts head back to school
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Gravitational Waves Discovery Reveals a Cosmic Collision of Epic Proportions
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Lockheed Martin's plans for Mars Base Camp
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Space Exploration, the Next Generation (livestream September 29)
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