Asteroids Near Earch Objects NASA JPL

Earth residents – watch out. Or should I say, watch up!

Not that you’ll  “see” much, however, you can ponder!

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In this web space, we don’t want to be focusing too much on Outback Astronomy and whatever we get up to, but this is something we must blog about... Read more

Tourism Broken Hill NSW Far West NSW Australia

Today,Outback Astronomy became a finalist in the prestigious 2015 NSW Tourism Awards.

This is terrific news and a great boost to the Broken... Read more

Event Broken Hill Science Week

The ‪World Record‬ stargazing results for a local event in ‪‎Broken Hill‬, NSW, Australia, on 21 August 2015 are now official!

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Mars MRO Planets

This image of dark lines on slopes on the surface of planet Mars have been interpreted as representing the seasonal flow of salty water.

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Orion Asteroid Mars

It looks like double-decker seating is in store for the astronauts who travel in the Orion spacecraft.

NASA’s new spacecraft will be used... Read more


Humanity’s most experienced spaceman was just launched into space from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on a two day trip to the... Read more


How accurate must time be when testing Albert Einstein’s ideas about space-time?

At least to the accuracy of 1 second over 300 million... Read more


Hard work pays off.

On Saturday 25 July 2015 Outback Astronomy was awarded the Bronze (3rd) prize in "specialised tourism services" in the... Read more


We often talk about other planets in the galaxy during our sky shows.

It is therefore exciting when a new Earth-like planet is discovered... Read more