The International Centre for Radio Astronomy
Research (ICRAR) is offering WA secondary school
students the chance to take part in a wide range of
hands-on activities that will be interactive, fun and
Students will have the opportunity to*:
• Observe a sun spot through a solar telescope
• Use a working radio telescope
• Hear about work at the International Centre for Radio
• Learn about the world’s largest radio telescope, the
SKA, that might be built in WA
• Solve a space mystery using real radio astronomy data!
* Activities and program are subject to change but will remain within the confines of astronomy and astrophysics.
Morning tea will be provided on the day. Students are
invited to bring their own lunch or buy it from one
of the university cafés.
Please contact Alison Chan at [email protected]
to receive an application form. Please note, places are limited and you must submit an aplication to attend.