USQ Astronomers To Begin New Exoplanet Observations

Following a successful launch of NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), USQ astronomers will be ready to begin planetary observations . The TESS launch will mark a major expansion of the search for planets beyond the Solar system and is expected to catalogue thousands of exoplanets in addition to those already discovered by the Kepler mission. […]

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USQ Festival Of Astronomy & Space NASA Visit

NASA’s Dr Douglas Hudgins will present at USQ’s Festival of Astronomy & Space Day 7 on Monday 9 October, with a presentation entitled ‘Are We Alone? NASA’s Exoplanet Exploration Program and the Search for Earth 2.0’.The public talk will run from 5.30pm – 7pm. Dr Hudgins is the Program Scientist for NASA’s Exoplanet Exploration Program and TESS mission […]

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Aerospace Research At USQ Proving It Can Take The Heat

Mechanical and mechatronic engineers have built the modern world, and University of Southern Queensland (USQ) research continues to make strides in this space. For example, the work of Professor David Buttsworth has reached around the world and, potentially, far beyond it.  Based in USQ’s School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Professor Buttsworth’s recent research projects […]

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