EVENT: Find out where the future of space and industry is headed with Professor Brian Schmidt and Professor Anna Moore.
EVENT: Leading female leaders of the space industry will discuss the challenges of diversifying the industry.
EVENT: Join Dr Marta Yebra and Professor Anna Moore to hear how bushfire managers can be helped from space.
Prof Wojciech Lipiński and Dr Ken Baldwin will discuss innovative fuel technologies for a more sustainable future.
EVENT: Find out how ANU is working to build a safe, secure, sustainable future in space.
EVENT: Enjoy a fun-filled evening discussing the mysteries of the Universe with a stellar guest panel.
EVENT: Join Macquarie University's Dr Angel Lopez-Sanchez for a brief intro to astrophotography!
EVENT: Have you ever dreamed about taking wonderful images of the cosmos without having to travel to dark places?
EVENT: Join the virtual scavenger hunt that you can play from your home!
The future of satellite communication is optical communication, using lasers to transmit information.
The Advanced Instrumentation Technology Centre (AITC) develops instruments for space science and astronomy.
Researchers from ANU InSpace are developing new technologies to improve the data we get from satellites.
According to InSpace Director Professor Anna Moore, the sky's the limit for humans to benefit from satellites.
Tune in to Peter Swanton and Brad Tucker talking about Indigenous and colonial stargazing.
There are satellites that are specifically tasked with monitoring the Earth’s ice sheets, oceans and water resources.
The Centre for Entrepreneurial Agri-Technology looks at how climate change is impacting the quality of crops.
Dr Yebra uses data measured by satellites and converts that data into information used for bushfire management.
Professor Charles works with satellites include plasma, electrical discharges and aerospace engineering.
Karlie Noon is the first Indigenous woman to graduate with a Masters in Astronomy and Astrophysics.
Following his graduation in December, Indigenous astronomer Pete Swanton has joined the ANU Tjabal Centre.
The electronics and software Shanae King is designing is destined for space.
A new satellite being designed at ANU will be able to tell firefighters where bushfires are more likely to start.
How can humans regulate dangerous space debris? Dr Doris Grosse has some insights.
Should we be worried about a space arms race?
How are satellites protected from dangerous space radiation?
They're used in space, but ANU researchers are also looking at how laser beams can help encrypt computer data.
Vanessa Vongsouthi and Matthew Spence are investigating whether an enzyme could break down plastic.