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Alma telescope begins study of cosmic dawn
by Pallab Ghosh, Science correspondent
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3 October 2011
On 3 October 2011 BBC News reported:
One of the 21st Century's grand scientific undertakings has begun its quest to view the 'Cosmic Dawn'. The Atacama large milllimetre/submillimetre array (Alma) in Chile is the largest, most complex telescope ever built. Alma consists of an array of linked giant antennas on top of the highest plateau in the Atacama desert, close to Chile's border with Bolivia.
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