Friday 22nd March

This Friday we are very lucky to be able to host Professor Andrew Prentice from Monash University who will be speaking on "Insights into the formation of our Solar System gained from the Messenger, Dawn and Cassini-Huygens space missions". This…

Friday 15th March 2013

This Friday, Chris Rudge (of the Astronomical Society of Victoria) will be giving a talk that he has prepared and given to the ASV Juniors recently entitled "Our Backyard, Astronomically Speaking - Distances, Sizes and Speeds in the Universe" …

Science Week 2012

Mt Burnett Observatory in association with CAASTRO (the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for All Sky Astrophysics) is proud to present our first National Science Week event.   Each night from Monday 13th…

History of Mt Burnett (Dr John Innis)

The Monash Observatory at Mt Burnett (approx 40 km east of Melbourne) was established in the early 1970's by Monash University. Originally overseen by the Science Faculty, it soon became a field station of the Physics Department, and has been operated and maintained by Departmental staff (academic and technical) and research students.