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How South Africa built one of the world's most advanced telescopes
by Mary McDougall
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6 August 2018
On 6 August 2018 CNN reported:
A telescope built in South Africa is revealing new details about the Milky Way. The telescope is made up of 64 satellite dishes that are connected across five miles in a semi-arid and sparsely populated area of South Africa, where signal interference is minimal. 'It's the clearest view ever made of the center of our galaxy,' chief scientist Fernando Camilo said of images produced by the MeerKAT radio telescope.
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The telescope is a key component of phase one of SKA (Square Kilometer Array), which is an international effort to build the world's largest radio telescope.
Overseen by 12 countries, SKA will include up to 3,000 dishes and is designed to scan the sky 10,000 times faster than any other telescope. It is due to be completed by 2030.
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