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Meteors, Supermoons, a Comet and more: Your Guide to the Southern Sky in 2024

Nick Lomb, University of Southern Queensland What exciting events will we see in the southern sky in 2024? Meteor showers, Saturn covered by the Moon, close approaches of bright planets to each other, supermoons – and, if we’re lucky, a… Continue Reading →

Chariots of the Gods, Ships in the Sky: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena left their mark in Ancient Cultures

Michael B. Charles, Southern Cross University; Eva Anagnostou-Laoutides, Macquarie University, and Marcus Harmes, University of Southern Queensland For thousands of years, people have been describing unexplainable gleaming objects in the sky. Some aerial phenomena like comets, meteor showers, bolides, auroras… Continue Reading →

The Webb Telescope Released Very First Exoplanet Image

Jonti Horner, University of Southern Queensland Did you ever want to see an alien world? A planet orbiting a distant star, light years from the Sun? Well, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has just returned its first-ever picture of… Continue Reading →

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