Astralis Leads Phase-A Study for AO Bench for Gemini North »

Astralis have recently finalised an agreement with the US consortium AURA to conduct a Phase A study

Astralis at SPIE 2022 in Montréal Canada »

This month Astralis featured prominently at the SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation 2022 conference in Montréal, Québec,

Congratulations to James Gilbert – Researcher of the Year at the 2022 Australian Space Awards »

On Thursday, 24 March, Dr James Gilbert from the ANU Research School of Astronomy & Astrophysics was

Tune-in for ESO’s discussion of its Technology Development program (TechDev) »

The European Southern Observatory (ESO) has broadened the scope of its strategic partnership with Australia to include

Ending 2021 on a high note »

As 2021 comes to an end, Astralis staff look forward to a much-deserved break. Despite many challenges

Hector First Light »

The Hector Instrument and Science teams have been up at the Anglo Australian Telescope (AAT) over the

Talking Code at ADASSXXXI »

Several Astralis staff presented at this year’s Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems (ADASS) conference (24-28 October

Summary of the recent Astralis Science R&D Workshop »

The Consortium is actively working on its Research and Development (R&D) roadmap.  On 25 June 2021, Astralis

Astralis staff and board members as Editors on recent Astrophotonics Virtual Feature Issue »

Astralis-AAO AProf Simon Ellis, Astralis-AITC Prof Michael Ireland and Astralis-USyd board representative Prof Joss Bland-Hawthorn were amongst

Annual Reports now available »

We are delighted to share the 2019 and 2020 Annual Reports for the Consortium (then called the

ESO Signs Agreement for Australian–European MAVIS Instrument »

Tuesday 1 June 2021, ESO signed an agreement with an international consortium to build and operate MAVIS,

AESOP- the fibre positioner unit for ESO 4MOST- fully assembled »

AESOP is the fibre positioner unit for the 4MOST instrument currently under construction for the 4-metre diameter