Square Kilometre Array

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AllAfrica.com
SA Making Headway in Digital Migrationto digital broadcasting, Dr Mutuvhi said the digital terrestrial television (DT
SA Making Headway in Digital Migration
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
to digital broadcasting, Dr Mutuvhi said the digital terrestrial television (DTT) connections made in the core towns of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) in the Northern Cape are testament that South Africa is putting its shoulder to the wheel. The... Read more
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PhysOrg
World's biggest telescope meets world's second fastest supercomputerChinese Supercomputer Tianhe-2. Credit: Prof. Yutong Lu A prototype part of the
World's biggest telescope meets world's second fastest supercomputer
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
Chinese Supercomputer Tianhe-2. Credit: Prof. Yutong Lu A prototype part of the software system to manage data from the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) telescope has run on the world's second fastest supercomputer in China. The complete system,... Read more
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CNET
Sense of the stars: New telescopes poised to unlock the universethe sun, improved testing facilities and big advances in infrared light detecto
Sense of the stars: New telescopes poised to unlock the universe
CNET / Posted 6 days ago
the sun, improved testing facilities and big advances in infrared light detectors.It's all about the data Meanwhile, the Square Kilometre Array, being built by an organisation comprising 10 countries, including Australia, Canada, China, South... Read more
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PhysOrg
Pulsar-based spacecraft navigation system one step closer to realityin the next couple of decades, these can be reduced by a factor of 10 using gro
Pulsar-based spacecraft navigation system one step closer to reality
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
in the next couple of decades, these can be reduced by a factor of 10 using ground-based radio telescopes such as the Square Kilometre Array, then depending on the size and type of instrument used on the craft, and assuming the noise in the... Read more
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The Register
SETI Institute: Turn down the radio. Better! Let's have another look for those aliensof chemicals suitable for life. Researchers hope to carry further experiments
SETI Institute: Turn down the radio. Better! Let's have another look for those aliens
The Register / Posted 12 days ago
of chemicals suitable for life. Researchers hope to carry further experiments into using low frequency waves using the Square Kilometre Array, a large multi-telescope project to be built in two sites: one in South Africa and the other close to... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Not all gloom and doom in Karoo black holeKaroo and the Kalahari is there because of the sparse population, and is one of
Not all gloom and doom in Karoo black hole
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 14 days ago
Karoo and the Kalahari is there because of the sparse population, and is one of the reasons this site was chosen for the Square Kilometre Array. Low population density means less light and less internet interference, which the telescopes... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How we can save at-risk Aussie jobsis already leading the way, according to Cox, in a global next-generation radio
How we can save at-risk Aussie jobs
Daily Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
is already leading the way, according to Cox, in a global next-generation radio telescope project called the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). “Most of the telescopes are going to be here in Australia and that’s going to look so far... Read more
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Perth Now
How we can save at-risk Aussie jobsis already leading the way, according to Cox, in a global next-generation radio
How we can save at-risk Aussie jobs
Perth Now / Posted 18 days ago
is already leading the way, according to Cox, in a global next-generation radio telescope project called the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). “Most of the telescopes are going to be here in Australia and that’s going to look so far... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Technological advancements threaten Aussie jobs’is already leading the way, according to Cox, in a global next-generation radio
‘Technological advancements threaten Aussie jobs’
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
is already leading the way, according to Cox, in a global next-generation radio telescope project called the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). “Most of the telescopes are going to be here in Australia and that’s going to look so far... Read more
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Penticton Western News
STARGAZING: MeerKAT - first lightmost sensitive radio telescope in the world. However, its 64 dishes will be jus
STARGAZING: MeerKAT - first light
Penticton Western News / Posted 22 days ago
most sensitive radio telescope in the world. However, its 64 dishes will be just part of a far bigger radio telescope ñ the Square Kilometre Array, or SKA. For some years it has become clear that to tackle the research problems facing us in... Read more
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iol.co.za
Cape planetarium to get digital overhaulthrough the universe, and to the depths of the oceans. Speaking at the launch o
Cape planetarium to get digital overhaul
iol.co.za / Posted 27 days ago
through the universe, and to the depths of the oceans. Speaking at the launch of the R27 million upgrade project, Professor Andrew Russ Taylor, joint UWC/UCT Square Kilometre Array (SKA) chairman, said digital transformation was changing the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Diplomats Told to Study Science and Healthbeyond furthering science. As a result, diplomatic efforts around joining inter
Diplomats Told to Study Science and Health
AllAfrica.com / Posted 28 days ago
beyond furthering science. As a result, diplomatic efforts around joining international science initiatives - such as the Square Kilometre Array largely based in South Africa or the SESAME particle accelerator in Jordan - are incidental and... Read more
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SciDev.net
Diplomats told to study science and healthbeyond furthering science. As a result, diplomatic efforts around joining inter
Diplomats told to study science and health
SciDev.net / Posted 28 days ago
beyond furthering science. As a result, diplomatic efforts around joining international science initiatives — such as the Square Kilometre Array largely based in South Africa or the SESAME particle accelerator in Jordan — are incidental and... Read more
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iol.co.za
MeerKAT project making waves in UKFor the first time, the MeerKAT - a precursor of the Square Kilometre Array (SK
MeerKAT project making waves in UK
iol.co.za / Posted 28 days ago
For the first time, the MeerKAT - a precursor of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA), released an image revealing 1 300 galaxies. An initiative of this magnitude is said to be a game-changer in the world of science. On completion next year, the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Public Entities' Capital Expenditure Risesthe Durban Harbour; and Some R330 million on equipment that was acquired for t
Public Entities' Capital Expenditure Rises
AllAfrica.com / Posted 29 days ago
the Durban Harbour; and Some R330 million on equipment that was acquired for the construction of MeerKAT antennas for the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project. While the report revealed an increase of R26.1 billion in new construction works -... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
SKA South Africa Invests in Local PeopleWhile the Square Kilometre Array South Africa (SKA SA) may be globally renowned
SKA South Africa Invests in Local People
AllAfrica.com / Posted 30 days ago
While the Square Kilometre Array South Africa (SKA SA) may be globally renowned for its cutting-edge science and advanced technology, the project's proudest contribution is to the people of the nearby town of Carnarvon in Northern Cape, and by proxy... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
From whales to cancer and astrophysics to online pornography60 million dollar Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope and a foundin
From whales to cancer and astrophysics to online pornography
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 30 days ago
60 million dollar Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope and a founding member of the Board of Directors of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Organisation, which is tasked with building the World’s largest radio telescope. In her nearly... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Explorer of outer frontier detects faint sound of galaxy radio halodetected radio halo in green. Image: UKZN Knowles‚ who received her PhD from U
Explorer of outer frontier detects faint sound of galaxy radio halo
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 1 months ago
detected radio halo in green. Image: UKZN Knowles‚ who received her PhD from UKZN earlier this year‚ was funding by the Square Kilometre Array South Africa bursary programme. "Radio halos are fascinating objects to study as they probe the... Read more

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