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One small step … for Canberra! Moon Week 2019

Fifty years ago this month, humans walked on the Moon for the first time. To celebrate this historic moment, ANU in partnership with the ACT Government will deliver a five-day program of events and activities to celebrate the landing. There’s everything from space in the pub trivia, through to panel discussions with NASA experts and an astronaut, to space school for kids. Check out the program and book your events now to avoid disappointment.

» Check out the program of events

Are you keen to find out what parts of Canberra were involved in the Moon landing?

As part of Moon Week, you’ll have the chance to take a guided tour of the city’s space and Moon sites. Spaces are limited.

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Space Pop-Up Talks

Join us as we hear from a range of space experts as they talk about some of the complex issues beyond our atmosphere. There are five talks from space law to space health.

» I’d like to attend a Pop-Up Talk

Andy Thomas' Space Academy

Have you ever thought about becoming an astronaut? How do you do it? What is it like? Join Australian Astronaut Dr Andy Thomas to hear and see his experiences about being an astronaut and learn how you can become one as well!

» Meet Andy and attend the Academy

 

2018/19 Payment summaries

Payment summaries for the 2018/19 financial year are now available via HORUS. To access your payment summary you will need to log into HORUS > Payroll and Remuneration > View Payment Summary.

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In other news

Did you know that Aboriginal peoples are considered the world's first astronomers? Come along and hear our Indigenous astronomer, Pete Swanton, chat about Australia's rich and extensive history of stargazing and how it differs from Western methods that we often use today.

How can ANU help your career abroad? Come along to briefing sessions with staff from the North America Liaison Office, Southeast Asia Liaison Office and China Liaison Office.

In the lead-up to the Research School of Physics’ 70th anniversary celebrations in October, The ANU Colleges of Science caught up with the first woman to receive a PhD in Physics from ANU.

2019 Leslie Zines Constitutional Law Scholar, Helen Whalan, has an interesting connection to the scholarship she’s been awarded.

 


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