Pluto’s icy volcanoes

Massive cryovolcanoes on distant Pluto suggest the possibility of liquid water near the dwarf planet’s surface. This captivating article could be used alongside Earth and Space and Physical Sciences for years 5, 7, and 10 as well as Senior Sciences. … Continued

What is the most important thing a scientist needs?

What is the most important thing a scientist needs? - Lennox, age 6 Use this article to help students learn about the skills required to be a scientist and explore potential careers in science. This resource is best suited to … Continued

The Observable Universe

Space is a vast space to explore so get familiar with the key terms involved. This lesson plan and student activity help Earth and Space science students in Years 1, 3, 5, 7, and 10 familiarise themselves with key Scientific … Continued

How do radio telescopes work?

Astronomers have different ways of watching the universe, including optical telescopes like Hubble and radio telescopes like the SKA. But how do radio telescopes actually work? This animation shows you how both dish and dipole antennae receive radio waves to … Continued