News

08
Feb

NCRIS: The power behind Australia’s science

Australian science continues to make national and international headlines, most recently focusing on the COVID-19 pandemic and the 2019 – 2020 Australian bushfires. Behind these headlines, you will find a community of impassioned researchers. And behind them, you will find a network of research enablers from NCRIS, the...
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Rubin Observatory on Cerro Pachon
25
Jan

Funding success for Australian access to Rubin Observatory LSST data

A consortium of 45 astronomers from 14 AAL member institutions have been awarded an Australian Research Council Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF) grant for A$1.275M.
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19
Jan

Call for eROSITA and Australian Collaboration Proposals, open until 11 February 2022

A third call for joint Australia-eROSITA_DE projects is now open. Proposal submissions will be accepted until 11 February 2022. This call follows two previous successful calls for joint projects under the agreement between Australian-based astronomers, represented by Astronomy Australia Limited (AAL) and the German eROSITA Consortium (eROSITA_DE).
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18
Jan

Call for Proposals – ACAMAR Themed Workshops for 2022

ACAMAR is pleased to open a call for proposals for further themed workshops to be held in 2022. The aim of these workshops will be to develop, promote and strengthen understanding and engagement in astrophysical research between Australia and China, including business and community stakeholders, in support of Australia's...
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12
Jan

First data release of ASKAP SWAG-X with multiwavelength coverage of the GAMA-09 equatorial sky region

The first data release for the Survey With ASKAP of GAMA-09 + X-ray (SWAG-X) is now available on the CSIRO ASKAP Science Data Archive.
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21
Dec

Results for the ADACS Merit Allocation Program – Semester 2022A – are now available

Results are now available for the 2022A Semester of the Astronomy Data and Computing Services (ADACS) Merit Allocation Program.
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15
Dec

A brand-new window to the universe has opened with the launch of Hector, the newest instrument built by Astralis for the AAT

After many years of work by Australia’s leading astronomical instrumentation group, the Astralis Consortium has delivered Hector, the multi-Integral Field Unit spectrograph for the Anglo-Australian Telescope (AAT).
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18
Nov

ASTAC allocations allow scientists to refocus their ongoing search for the most elusive matter in the known universe.

With help from the Astronomy Supercomputer Time Allocation Committee (ASTAC) Large Program allocation, a group of researchers from Australia and around the world have managed to optimise the search for the yet-undiscovered material known as ‘dark matter’.
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18
Nov

ASTAC and the final days of massive stars help Australian astronomers understand more about some of the most energetic objects in the universe.

With some help from the Astronomy Supercomputer Time Allocation Committee’s (ASTAC) Large Program allocation, two researchers from Monash University have delved deep into the belly of a dying star to investigate how some of the most energetic and magnetic objects are created by an explosive end.
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12
Nov

Australia’s GWDC contributes to record number of gravitational wave detections

The Australian Gravitational Wave Data Centre (GWDC) has played a vital role in the recently announced detection of 35 new gravitational wave events – a record number over a 5 month period between November 2019 and March 2020.
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