Discover the latest astronomy news about Swinburne’s research and expertise.
Understanding how our Solar System was formed
Fri 05 Feb 2016
New research has discovered the chemical composition of dust grains in our Solar System.
Sexual harassment of women in science
Fri 29 Jan 2016
Swinburne's Zuleyka Zevallos discusses the need to improve the culture of science.
The Universe, one millisecond at a time
Fri 15 Jan 2016
An overhaul of the Southern Hemisphere’s largest radio telescope is helping astronomers see cosmos.
Exploring the solar system: the best of what you can look out for in 2016
Fri 08 Jan 2016
Dr Alan Duffy says this year is shaping up to be another exciting one for space.
Gas cloud may be a relic from the first stars
An ancient gas cloud discovered by researchers may contain remnants of the first stars formed in the Universe.
New method solves 40 year-old mystery on the size of shadowy galaxies
Wed 06 Jan 2016
Discovery of ancient cold gas clouds in galaxy sightlines enable their sizes to be measured for the first time since their discovery.
Hubble in pictures: astronomers' top picks
Mon 04 Jan 2016
Top astronomers, including Swinburne's Dr Alan Duffy, choose the Hubble Space Telescope image that has the most scientific relevance to them.
ARC funding brings researcher back to Swinburne
Fri 18 Dec 2015
Dr Deller has received funding to return to Swinburne, the university that kick-started his career.
Swinburne research captures public attention
Mon 14 Dec 2015
A Swinburne paper has rated as one of the most shared and discussed academic stories of 2015.
Last (best!) Meteor Shower of 2015
Fri 11 Dec 2015
Dr Alan Duffy give tips on the best times to view the Geminids meteor shower.