'The Dish' finds a 'diamond planet'
Astronomers using 'The Dish' – CSIRO's radio telescope near Parkes, NSW – believe they've found a small planet made of diamond, orbiting an unusual star.
Belching black hole proves a biggie
Observations with CSIRO's Australia Telescope Compact Array have confirmed that astronomers have found the first known "middleweight" black hole.
Signal processing: turning ‘space whispers’ into information
Faster, wider, more often … CSIRO engineers push for Olympic excellence in the signal-processing systems they build for astronomy.
CSIRO’s Astronomy and Space Science Division can design and build high-speed signal-processing systems, both digital and analogue, for radio telescopes.
Australia Telescope National Facility
CSIRO's radio astronomy observatories are collectively known as the Australia Telescope National Facility, with the facility supporting Australia's research in radio astronomy.
CSIRO and the Square Kilometre Array
CSIRO is engaged in a number of national and international partnerships with industry, science organisations and governments to support Australia's involvement in the international Square Kilometre Array (SKA) telescope.
International collaboration in information and space sciences
CSIRO works with industry leaders around the world to improve productivity and service delivery through innovative use of mathematics, statistics and information and communication technologies (ICT). CSIRO also provides technology and services for radio astronomy, spacecraft tracking and space science.
CSIRO is building the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) telescope and contributing to the international development of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) telescope.
Dual SKA site welcomed by CSIRO
The A$2.5 billion Square Kilometre Array radio telescope will be deployed in Australia-New Zealand, as well as South Africa, the international SKA Organisation in Manchester, UK, announced yesterday.
Cosmic magnetism summer student
A CSIRO Summer Student has been tackling one of the most challenging problems in astrophysics: the relationship between galaxies and their magnetic fields.