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HI absorption survey casts light on feedback in radio galaxies

HI absorption survey casts light on feedback in radio galaxies

Study finds disturbed gas kinematics in youngest Active Galactic Nuclei, important for high-redshift surveys with next-generation telescopes. Published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

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New "Data-driven Astronomy" MOOC developed by CAASTRO members

The University of Sydney has launched a new "Massive Open Online Course", led by CAASTRO Chief Investigator and "Dynamic Universe" theme leader A/Prof Tara Murphy.

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New catalogue details over 20,000 radio sources in southern sky

New catalogue details over 20,000 radio sources in southern sky

S-PASS total intensity source catalogue contains 23,389 radio sources and covers ~16,600 square degrees of sky, providing new information to several areas of exciting science. In the Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia.

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Host-selected supernovae found not to bias cosmological analysis

Host-selected supernovae found not to bias cosmological analysis

Comparison between different supernova samples shows that future supernova surveys might get away with limited real-time follow-up for spectroscopical classification. In the Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia.

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Deepest-ever low-frequency observations of Lockman Hole field

Deepest-ever low-frequency observations of Lockman Hole field

Re-visiting well-studied extragalactic field yields insight into spectral properties of faint radio sources. Accepted for publication in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

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