In/Visible Light




Free exhibition

An exhibition of astrophotography and radio astronomy images

The first stargazers looked at the sky with their eyes. Telescopes have gotten bigger, better and more high-tech since their invention around 400 years ago.

Astronomers now use different kinds of telescopes to collect all types of light. Things invisible to one telescope will all of a sudden pop up in the view of another, revealing hidden information about the Universe.

Radio telescopes can see invisible radio waves, and in this exhibition, so can you. Compare stunning astrophotos taken by skilled astrophotographers to their radio telescope counterparts.

Will you ever look at Jupiter the same way again?

An exhibition from the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR).