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Detection of Spectral Lines with MWA

February 18th, 2015

MWA is a radio interferometer with a unique property – high surface brightness and high spacial resolution at the same time. This makes it an ideal instrument for studying the diffuse emission of galactic gas in radio recombination lines (RRL). This signal is faint and generally very difficult to observe. We have observed a widemore…

GLEAM: A Panoramic View of the Universe in Colour

April 27th, 2017

In searching for cosmic events and the evolution of our solar system, radio astronomers have traditionally surveyed only segments of the sky. Recently, however, the GaLactic and Extragalactic All-sky Murchison Widefield Array survey (GLEAM) project has collected and processed enough data to survey the entire Southern sky: in “radio colour.” GLEAM’S key researcher is Drmore…

CANCELLED Pawsey Fridays: GLEAM

January 10th, 2017

*Unfortunately we have had to cancel this month’s Pawsey Friday. We will update everyone soon with our next event* Pawsey Fridays are opportunities to get to know users and Pawsey experts. The afternoon will give you the opportunity to network and get to know both staff and users in a relaxed and informal setting while findingmore…

Let there be light

June 16th, 2016

After the Big Bang, there was a period of darkness in the universe lasting hundreds of millions of years. During these Cosmic Dark Ages, the first stars and galaxies began to form. During the Epoch of Reionisation, these first sources of light ignited, and the universe was illuminated. However, little is known about the Epoch,more…

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