The Zadko Telescope is located about 80 km north of Perth, Western Australia, on the premise of the Australian International Gravitational wave Observatory. It is a robotic 1-m optical telescope donated to the University of Western Australia by James Zadko, aimed at studying the transient Universe. Most of its results are currently on gamma-ray bursts, gravitational wave events, supernovae and minor bodies of the solar system.


David Coward (UWA), Bruce Gendre (UWA), Eric Howell (UWA), John Moore (UWA), Andrew Burrell (UWA), Hayden Crisp (UWA)


Zadko is a member of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Gravitational Wave Discovery (OzGrav).