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Physicists uncover new solution for cosmic collisions
It turns out that our math teachers were right: being able to solve problems without a calculator does come in handy in the "real" world. View News Article (2008-01-11)


VCU Medical Center First in Virginia to Implant Telescope for Macular Degeneration
Physicians at the Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center have become the first in Virginia to successfully implant a telescope in a patient's eye to treat macular degeneration. View News Article (2013-04-16)


Goddard team develops new carriers for space station
In a partnership that exemplifies One NASA, engineers at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. teamed up with engineers at NASA's Johnson and Kennedy Space Centers to design, build, and test five new ExPRESS Logistics Carriers, or ELCs, which will be delivered to the International Space Station. View News Article (2009-11-16)


Hubble's deepest view of Universe unveils never-before-seen galaxies
The new Wide Field Camera 3 aboard the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has taken the deepest image yet of the Universe in near-infrared light. The faintest and reddest objects in the image are likely the oldest galaxies ever identified, having formed between only 600-900 million years after the Big Bang. View News Article (2009-12-09)


Galactic geysers fuelled by star stuff
Enormous outflows of charged particles from the centre of our Galaxy, stretching more than halfway across the sky and moving at supersonic speeds, have been detected and mapped with CSIRO's 64-m Parkes radio telescope. View News Article (2013-01-03)


Galaxies are born inside dark matter clumps, Cornell study of Spitzer Space Telescope data shows
Try mixing caramel into vanilla ice cream - you will always end up with globs and swirls of caramel. Scientists are finding that galaxies may distribute themselves in similar ways throughout the universe and in places where there is lots of so-called dark matter. View News Article (2006-04-20)


Andromeda's coat of many colours
ESA's fleet of space telescopes has captured the nearby Andromeda Galaxy, also known as M31, in different wavelengths. Most of these wavelengths are invisible to the eye and each shows a different aspect of the galaxy's nature. View News Article (2011-04-28)


Remote Antarctic telescope reveals gas cloud where stars are born
Using a telescope installed at the driest place on earth - Ridge A in Antarctica - a UNSW-led team of researchers has identified a giant gas cloud which appears to be in an early stage of formation.  View News Article (2014-02-20)


Looking further into the Universe
How can the Universe be studied? There is no way to affect a research object of infinite dimensions. It means that the research can only be carried out via observations, employing all methods available. To this end scientists have been inventing more and more powerful telescopes which would enable them to examine closely remote spots of the Universe and to hear a `voice` of the sky at all... View News Article (2002-04-19)


APEX reveals glowing stellar nurseries
Illustrating the power of submillimetre-wavelength astronomy, an APEX image reveals how an expanding bubble of ionised gas about ten light-years across is causing the surrounding material to collapse into dense clumps that are the birthplaces of new stars. Submillimetre light is the key to revealing some of the coldest material in the Universe, such as these cold, dense clouds. View News Article (2008-11-12)

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