Why is SKA set to rock the universe?
It took a few hundred million years before the arrival of the Cosmic Dawn, when the first stars and galaxies burst into existence. We know it all started with a big bang – but what happened after that? And where are we heading from here?
The nature of the universe has fascinated humans forever. Now 21st century technology allows astrophysicists to see better, hear more clearly and explore further than ever before, providing clearer insight into astronomical questions.
Join a constellation of astrophysicists and their celestially inclined counterparts as they shine new light into the cosmos to determine what the first stars looked like, the nature of dark energy and the future of the universe.
Hunting the Cosmic Dawn is presented with The University of Queensland.
Dr Jonathan Webb is a science journalist and broadcaster, currently working as Science Editor for the ABC in Sydney. He hails from Adelaide but spent a decade of his early...View Profile
Nichole Barry is an avid researcher at the University of Melbourne in the field of observational cosmology and radio science. She specialises in observations of the early Universe during a...View Profile
Astrophysicist Tamara Davis studies the elusive “dark energy” that’s accelerating the universe. She’s measured time-dilation in distant supernovae, helped make one of the largest maps of the galaxies in the...View Profile
Professor Brian P. Schmidt was appointed Vice-Chancellor and President of The Australian National University (ANU) in January 2016. Professor Schmidt is the 12th Vice-Chancellor of The Australian National University (ANU)....View Profile
Andrea M. Ghez, professor of Physics & Astronomy and Lauren B. Leichtman & Arthur E. Levine chair in Astrophysics, is one of the world’s leading experts in observational astrophysics and...View Profile
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