Welcome to our Winter edition of MRO News, coming to you just after National Science Week.
I've been hearing all about the wildflowers making an early appearance with the recent rains, I hope you get the chance to venture out and see the sights.
This issue we welcome the newest member of the Site Entity team, Dr Mohamed Manoufali, our new RFI engineer.
We also have a new pastoral page on the MRO website, where info for our neighbours on anything pastoral and Boolardy Station will sit. The page currently hosts info on requesting access to Boolardy to muster. As always, folks are welcome to get in touch about the process if you have any questions.
Enjoy all the updates from across the MRO, until next issue,
Aidan Hotan and Rachel Rayner celebrate an award for the ASKAP team, and feature two new scientific results, including this supernova image.
Mia Walker shares the latest addition to the MWA, an extra receiver expanding its capabilities and allowing even more telescope layouts.
Dev Null tells us lightning has struck more than once for the MWA with the introduction of super-fast Birli, the telescope's new pre-processing software.
We acknowledge the Wajarri Yamatji as the traditional owners of the Observatory site.