SA-led SKA team aims to create biggest-ever map of the universe
February 1, 2015 Editor 0
The international Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope – which is to be jointly hosted by South Africa and Australia with, later, outstations in other countries – may not yet exist, but international scientific working groups are already deciding what projects to use it for when its first phase is completed, in 2023. The SKA is being developed by the international SKA Organisation, which currently has eleven member countries.
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