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Construction of Africa’s largest science experiment, world’s largest telescope, underway in South Africa

Construction of Africa’s largest science experiment, world’s largest telescope, underway in South Africa

CONSTRUCTION of the world’s largest telescopes has officially begun in South Africa and Australia, with 2028 as the completion date. The Square Kilometer Array (SKA) project will see an area of about 33 000 square meters share data from space that the gigantic complex telescopes will collect. Over 130,000 antennas and 200 satellite dishes will make up the SKA, according to the project's website. The networked telescopes will enable astronomers to study space better and faster and to detect signals from objects in the universe's farthest reaches. According to the project’s scientists, the SKA-Mid in South Africa will operate with…
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