It’s been a while since last update, work is going on for all of us and our voyage into the Galaxy is going well. Now you can be once more […]
Time magazine picked an image based on Mopra CO survey data as one of the best space photos of the year 2015 – the X-ray echoes in Cir X-1. It’s […]
I’m taking a break from my regular job this week to attend the .astronomy conference, which is all about the interesting things that can be done when the internet and astronomy […]
Read all about the search for carbon in the Galaxy and the Galactic Carbon Trail in The Conversation.
The kickstarter campaign is over, and we can’t say it wasn’t a great success, with more than 93’000$ (of 65’000$ of the first goal) raised in a little bit more […]
Due to a variety of circumstances beyond Team Mopra’s control, the official data release has yet to occur over at the ATOA. In the meantime I’ve put the smaller versions of the […]
Hi all, today we reached our second kickstarter target: 85’000 $. Four days before the end of this, thanks to you, very successful crowd founding scientific campaign. Even if this […]
Dear all, even if our September session of observation is ended, our work is not. We have data to analyse and many more region to observe. Our Kickstarter campaign is going very […]
Mopra makes it into the Eastern Suburbs Southern Courier with picture of UNSW telescope and Randwick astronomer hard at work!
Today we continue to observe the G273 region, completing the 20 sky-stripes in which is divided each square-degree that we scan along the Galactic plane. Our kickstarter supporters are growing, and there are almost 900 […]