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Understanding the accuracy of automation is ever increasingly important - and is the focus of many research projects - including Curtin University student Philip Long. His work is looking at craters on Mars and you can help evaluate the accuracy of an automated crater counting algorithm. Keen? If...

Loving that the internet is awash with the joy of the #SolarEclipse2017! From down on Earth looking up (through your special glasses, of course!) to the 6 incredible humans on the #ISS looking down, we are united in awe of our solar system. Many of...

Congratulations to Associate Professor Gretchen Benedix for the $1 million grant as a 2017 Australian Research Centre Future Fellow to learn more about past potential for habitability on Mars as well as to select future landing sites! Gretchen is one of the Desert Fireball Network's rockstars...

What happened next to this year's most famous meteorite? Lots! Well first, it was the star attraction on campus and the celebrity for many #selfies. Then, in the week that followed it's media debut, apparent controversy emerged as to who owns the meteorite? Well, it's not controversial at...

Luke’s Wolfe Creek blog in August was so entertaining that we asked him to put pen to paper again on his next journey. Turns out, we didn’t have to wait long. Luke’s journal continues … (the story started with On the Road Again) The Mission Most expeditions are content with...