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Congratulations to our recent winners in the DFN - Lucy, Luke and Rob! At this year's MetSoc - Meteoritical Society Conference - Lucy Forman won one of five Wiley Student Awards for outstanding presentation for her explanation of her work on the Allende meteorite. It will be presented at next...

A few of the team headed up to Murchison last month to install two Desert Fireball Network cameras next to a pod of the Murchison Widefield Array's low frequency radio telescopes. [caption id="attachment_1810" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Hadrien adding the finishing touches[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1808" align="aligncenter" width="400"] The two DFN...

How do you know if it’s a meteorite or meteorwrong? Ever wondered whether that weird looking rock you saw was something special? Tens of thousands of meteorites fall to Earth every year, so perhaps you actually found a meteorite on that last camping trip. We’ve adapted a...

[caption id="attachment_1729" align="alignright" width="400"] Catwalk lizard, showing his best side[/caption] Luke, Martin and Jarryd headed off to Wolfe Creek meteorite crater in remote WA last week. The plan was to make a 3D image of the crater using a drone, map the crater, take some samples...