Astralis Team Shines with 2023 Achievements »

This year has been a significant one for the team at Astralis, marked by a series of

Astralis Celebrates Key Role in Gemini North Telescope’s Adaptive Optics Bench Project »

Astralis Instrumentation Consortium (Astralis) proudly announces its pivotal role and our significant contribution to the Gemini North

MAVIS Busy Week 2023: Collaboration and Discovery in Canberra »

The MAVIS team recently concluded its first Busy Week from 23 – 27 October in Canberra since

Astralis at 2023 Astronomical Society of Australia Annual Science Meeting: Our Connected Community »

The Astralis Instrumentation Consortium (Astralis) was honoured to sponsor and actively involve in the 2023 Astronomical Society

MAVIS Team successfully Passes Preliminary Design Review for ESO Very Large Telescope »

The Astralis MAVIS team is pleased to announce that we, along with our European team members, have

International Women’s Day 2023: An interview with 5 women in Astralis »

On 8 March, Astralis joined the world in celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD) as we recognise and

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