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Space and physics

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Data science

Consistent asteroid showers rock previous thinking on Mars craters

New Curtin University research has confirmed the frequency of asteroid collisions that formed impact craters on Mars has been consistent…

Space and physics

Binar-1 to ground control! WA’s first homegrown spacecraft makes contact

Western Australia’s homegrown spacecraft, Binar-1, has made first contact with ground control at Curtin University, after it was launched into…


Space hunt begins as WA’s Binar-1 mission takes next giant leap  

Western Australia’s homegrown spacecraft, Binar-1, has been shot into the vacuum of space- deployed into Low Earth Orbit from the…

Campus and global community

Indigenous space academy and wellbeing app among new Dean’s ambitions

Accomplished Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing researcher Professor Christopher Lawrence has been appointed the first Dean of…

Space and physics

WA boldly goes where no West Aussie spacecraft has gone before

We have lift off – with the launch of Western Australia’s first homegrown spacecraft from the Kennedy Space Centre in…

Space and physics

WA’s first homegrown spacecraft ready for take-off

The countdown has begun to the historic launch of Binar-1 – Western Australia’s first homegrown, highly integrated spacecraft that is…

Space and physics

Astronomers see a ‘Space Jellyfish’ 

A radio telescope located in outback Western Australia has observed a cosmic phenomenon with a striking resemblance to a jellyfish.…

Space and physics

State funding set to boost Curtin’s homegrown space program

Curtin University’s bid to launch miniature spacecraft for deep space missions is one step closer after a $500,000 investment by…


Food and space the focus for newest Forrest PhD Scholars at Curtin

Two early career researchers have been awarded prestigious Forrest PhD Scholarships to continue their studies into black holes in the…

Space and physics

Special delivery: Curtin researchers record space capsule arrival in outback

Two members from Curtin University’s Desert Fireball Network (DFN) team have been stationed in the South Australian outback, eagerly awaiting…

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