Artist's Renderings of the Giant Magellan Telescope. Image Credit: The Giant Magellan Telescope/GMTO.

      

 

 

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AAL will achieve this vision by engaging with astronomers in support of the national research infrastructure priorities of the Australian astronomy decadal plan, and advising the Australian Government on the investments necessary to realise those priorities.

Latest News

24th June 2015: AAL Chair, Brian Schmidt has been appointed the next Vice-Chancellor of the Australian National University (see ANU press release). Congratulations Brian from all the AAL Team!

24th June 2015: AAL Director, Prof Lisa Kewley (ANU) has been awarded an ARC Laureate Fellowship for the project "The building blocks of life over 12 billion years". Congratulations Lisa from all the AAL Team!

Congratulations as well to Prof Matthew Bailes (Swinburne), who also received one of the 15 Laureate Fellowship awarded this year for his project "Exascale astronomy: real-time analysis of the transient radio universe".

3rd June 2015: The Giant Magellan Telescope Organization announces approval to commence construction of the world's first of a new generation of extremely large optical telescopes. Australian involvement in the Giant Magellan Telescope project, at the 10% level, through partners AAL and the Australian National University, is made possible through contributions from the Commonwealth Government and through the Government's Education Investment Fund (EIF) and National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS).

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