The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre


Fireballs in the Sky win again

Big congratulations to Pawsey researchers from the Fireballs in the Sky program for winning the Eureka Prize for the Citizen Science Award last night! This is the second award for the Curtin team who also took out the Chevron Science Engagement Initiative of the Year at the Premier’s Science Awards two weeks ago. Fireballs in the Sky is a citizen science program which investigates the origins of the solar system through meteorites that fall in the Australian desert. Anyone is encouraged to get involved by downloading the app and reporting falling meteorites to the Desert Fireball Network team.

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