Congrats to Kovi Rose whose recent paper got some good media coverage We have identified the coldest star ever found to produce radio waves – a brown dwarf too small to…Read More
Congratulations to Manisha who was part of a recent paper published in Nature this month: This object belongs to a new class of radio transients of which only 3 are now…Read More
University partners with Spiral Blue for the TOLIMAN space telescope mission A team led by astronomer Professor Peter Tuthill at the University of Sydney has announced a partnership with Sydney-based…Read More
You may have heard about an asteroid set to fly near Earth that is the size of 18 platypus, or maybe the one that’s the size of 33 armadillos, or even one the…Read More
A Swinburne PhD student has built an automated system featuring artificial intelligence (AI) to detect and capture the details of fast radio bursts in real time. Fast radio bursts (FRBs) are mysterious and powerful flashes of radio waves from space, thought to originate billions of light years from the Earth.
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