In this edition, we explore the value of OzGrav’s gravitational wave science in improving self-driving cars and learn about the innovative methods of OzGrav’s Jeff Cooke and Garry Foran to hear the stars. We also cover stories about OzGrav Chief Investigator Ilya Mandel’s Tibetan trip teaching astrophysics to monks; the Zadko Observatory in Gingin, Western Australia; and the possible collision between a black hole and neutron star.
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In this edition of Space Times, Associate Investigator Adam Deller and a team of scientists catch a glimpse into the past, present and future with the measurement of the Hubble Constant; Chief Investigator Jeff Cooke and the the Deeper Wider Faster program reveal more clues about Fast Radio Bursts; and University of Adelaide's 'mini LIGO' dubbed AMIGO demonstrates space-time warping, teaching students of all ages how the Universe works. As the global hunt for gravitational waves continues, OzGrav continues to grow and reach new heights: frequently appearing in the media, collecting prestigious awards and building a strong team.