The April/May 2018 edition of the WALLABY team newsletter is available now. You can check out our most recent activities by proceeding to the newsletter page via this URL.
During June 2018 several astronomy meetings and conferences relevant to WALLABY will be held across China, some of which may of interest to WALLABY team members. ACAMAR 4：Australia-China Workshop on […]
WALLABY data processing – a successful “busy week” was held at UWA in Perth from Jan 29 to Feb 2, attended by a dedicated group of team members.
Media Release Astronomer’s map reveals location of mysterious fast-moving gas An Australian scientist has created the most detailed map ever of clouds of high-velocity gas in the Universe around us. […]
All 36 Phased-Array Feeds (PAFs) are now installed on ASKAP. ASKAP is currently operating with an array of 16 PAF-equipped antennas and 240 MHz of bandwidth. WALLABY has nearly […]
ASKAP Early Science has started The WALLABY team has obtained the first ~100 hours of data on ASKAP-12 using 48 MHz bandwidth. All data sets have been calibrated, and we […]
The WALLABY Newsletter No. 8 has finally arrived! Check it out over at the Newsletter page.
ASKAP HI mapping of the IC 1459 galaxy group The first ASKAP science paper (Serra, Koribalski, Kilborn et al. 2015, MNRAS 452, 2680) is based on HI data obtained with […]
Australian telescope project helps unlock history and secrets of the Universe (Ministerial Press Release – 16 Jan 2017) ” … Astronomers are using these observations to look for hydrogen gas […]
WALLABY Early Science a visual summary thanks to my postdoc Karen Lee-Waddell.