Here’s what you’ll find in the Sep/Oct 2020 issue of Australian Sky & Telescope magazine — on sale now.
Sixty years old and still going strong, Parkes legacy of crucial astronomical discoveries has been recognised with National Heritage List status.
Two hard-to-find meteorites have been located in Western Australia’s remote Nullarbor Plain desert, thanks to Desert Fireball Network cameras.
Japan’s Hayabusa2 spacecraft, carrying samples of asteroid Ryugu, will parachute to a landing at Woomera in South Australian in December 2020.
Dark sky campaigners are gearing up for a world-record attempt at measuring light pollution on June 21.
The 0.5-metre Dynamic REd All-Sky Monitoring Survey (DREAMS) scope will continually scan the southern sky, looking for transient events.