Bushfires left millions of animals dead. We should use them, not just bury them
Fire damaged trees prove to be the perfect habitat for recovering wildlife.
The Bureau of Meteorology has today released its Annual Climate Statement for 2019, showing it was Australia’s warmest and driest year on record.
Get great photography, travel tips and exclusive deals delivered to your inbox.
From the Sydney suburb of North Parramatta, Timothy Jones took this image of the Sun reflected by a refracting telescope onto a board.
This view of the partial eclipse was captured by David Jaensch from South Australian regional centre Whyalla, 230km north-west of Adelaide.
Australians looked skyward on the morning of 10 May, including Annemaree Haley took this photo from Julatten, on the Atherton Tablelands, Queensland at 8:40AM.
Adolfo Nazaro captured this image from the Sydney suburb of Mosman at 9:18AM.
A view of the partial eclipse through a H-alpha telescope filter at the Sydney Observatory in The Rocks, Sydney. Here, astronomers and Sydney-siders gathered around a variety of instruments to view the eclipse, and listen to a live broadcast from Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory.
About 65km east of Adelaide is Murray Bridge, South Australia. Here, at 8:06AM, Steine Trinder took this photograph on a Canon 7D with a 200mm zoom lens and a No. 13 welders filter. The colour of this image has been adjusted.
Grant Schwartzkopf captured this glowing image from the the township of Paringa, South Australia, about 215km north-east of Adelaide.
Cloud cover obstructed the view of 10 May’s partial eclipse. From the township of Maleny on the Sunshine Coast hinterland, resident Steve Swayne captured this shot with a Canon 5D Mk II, a 70-200mm lens and a variable neutral density filter.
Home Topics Science & Environment Gallery: Your photos of the eclipse
A Decrease font size.
A Reset font size.
A Increase font size.
Take a look at our range of telescopes, binoculars, microscopes and torches.
Everything from science and experiment kits, building projects, chemistry sets and more. There’s a great range of products for inquisitive minds of all ages.