Hubble Space Telescope

The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) is passing overhead! It may not be as bright as the International Space Station (ISS), but it's another great satellite to tick off your bucket list! Hubble doesn't have as many surfaces to reflect the sunlight like the ISS has and...

International Space Station

The International Space Station (ISS) is passing overhead!  It's an amazing sight to see and you don't need a telescope or binoculars to see it. Remember to set your alarm and be outside a little bit earlier to make sure you know which direction to look! When and...

Milky Way Galaxy | June

Astrophotographers often refer to this time of the year from late autumn to early spring as “Milky Way Season”! It’s because you can see our Milky Way Galaxy stretched across dark night skies in country Western Australia. It’s the best time to see it with the naked...

Emu in the Sky | June

Aboriginal people were the world’s first astronomers. Tens of thousands of years of culture and heritage are reflected in WA’s night sky. The Emu in the Sky is a well-known constellation that’s outlined by dark areas of the night sky, not the stars. When to look:...

New Moon

3 June

First Quarter

10 June

Full Moon

17 June
Rises 5:23pm

Last Quarter

25 June