Discover the latest astronomy news about Swinburne’s research and expertise.
Hubble explores the Final Frontier
Mon 25 Jul 2016
Dr Alan Duffy explores the Hubble Telescope’s new image that peers through galaxies to the very edge of the observable Universe.
Five visible planets align
Thu 21 Jul 2016
Dr Alan Duffy offers tips for seeing five planets in the night sky with the naked eye in August 2016.
AstroTours to entertain Open Day visitors
Mon 18 Jul 2016
The ever popular AstroTours will again be featured at Swinburne's Open Day on 31 July 2016.
Beating heart of Crab Nebula
Mon 11 Jul 2016
Dr Alan Duffy discusses the Hubble Space Telescope’s latest images showing the core of Crab Nebula
Dr Alan Duffy shortlisted for Club Melbourne Fellowship
Thu 07 Jul 2016
Dr Alan Duffy is one of eight finalists for the inaugural Club Melbourne Fellowship.
Swinburne’s Dr Alan Duffy concludes Alumni Astro Tour
Mon 27 Jun 2016
Dr Alan Duffy presented Swinburne’s astronomical discoveries at his recent alumni east coast tour.
Here’s what happened in space this week
Mon 30 May 2016
From inflatable space stations to space sweeteners, this week’s space news from Dr Alan Duffy
Huge solar storms may be key to life on Earth
Wed 25 May 2016
Solar storms may have warmed the young Earth enough to house life, says Dr Alan Duffy.
The South’s first dark matter detector
Fri 20 May 2016
Swinburne’s Alan Duffy and Jeremy Mould head underground to uncover the nature of dark matter
Earth’s magnetic heartbeat
Mon 16 May 2016
It may come as a shock, but the Earth’s magnetic poles are on the move says Dr Alan Duffy.