If you ever get lost in the Milky Way, call astronomer Professor Naomi McClure-Griffiths for directions.
She has been unlocking the evolution and fate of our galaxy with the world’s biggest and best telescopes – including CSIRO’s impressive Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder. Naomi has seen amazing things. For instance, did you know the Milky Way eats other galaxies to keep building stars? Naomi takes us on a tour through our gaseous, magnetic and seemingly magical Milky Way…
Join her at the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Idea's newly-opened building for a night of space and science, and see one of Sydney's newest and most beautiful buildings at the same time.
The Judith Neilson Institute will have the following Covid-safety measures in place for this event:
Staff are fully vaccinated
Hospitality staff wear masks
Complimentary masks are provided to patrons
We are limiting audience capacities
The venue is Covid-cleaned after every event