An ASKAP antenna at the Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory. Image Credit: Ant Schinckel, CSIRO.

      

 

 

Welcome to Astronomy Australia Ltd

Our vision: Australian-based astronomers will have access to the best astronomical research infrastructure.

AAL will achieve this vision by engaging with astronomers in support of the national research infrastructure priorities of the Australian astronomy decadal plan, and advising the Australian Government on the investments necessary to realise those priorities.

Latest News

26th May 2017: Astronomy Australia Ltd advertised for a Program Manager to be responsible for overseeing research infrastructure projects. Further details about the job are available here. Applications have close 9am AEST, 13th June 2017.

22nd May 2017: Congratulations to AAL non-executive director, Professor Karl Glazebrook, who has been elected a fellow of the Australian Academy of Science. Further details can be found here

18th May 2017: Applications are now open for a position to represent Australia on the GMT Science Advisory Committee. The Giant Magellan Telescope (GMT) is a next generation optical/infra-red telescope, and will have the resolving power of a 24.5 metre primary mirror. AAL is a founding member of GMTO Corporation and is entitled to nominate an astronomer to the GMT Science Advisory Committee.

Further details can be found HERE. Applications close at 5PM AEST on 1st June 2017.

 

 
 
 

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