Stars viewed from a place called Dome A in Antarctica can finally be seen without their twinkle – which means in much greater detail.
The inner workings of young stars have been identified by an international team of researchers including a UNSW Sydney physicist.
In a huge galactic archaeology project, astronomers have revealed the “DNA” of more than 340,000 stars in the Milky Way, which should help them find the siblings of the Sun, now scattered across the sky.
Using a telescope installed at the driest place on earth, Antarctica's Ridge A, a UNSW-led team has identified the early stages of a giant cloud of molecular gas – the birthplace of stars.
A UNSW-led team of astronomers has begun to map the location of the most massive and mysterious objects in our galaxy – the giant gas clouds where new stars are born.
Thirty refugee boys were given a special treat this week, with some of Australia's soccer stars giving them tips on how to make it in the world's biggest game.
Thirty refugee boys will be given a special treat on Wednesday, (10 January) when some of Australia's soccer stars take to the field to offer tips on how to make it in the world's biggest game.