Square Kilometre Array

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The Daily Californian
National Science Foundation funds radio telescope projectuniversities as well as from University of KwaZulu-Natal, the Scuola Normale Su
National Science Foundation funds radio telescope project
The Daily Californian / Posted 4 days ago
universities as well as from University of KwaZulu-Natal, the Scuola Normale Superiore, University of Western Cape and the Square Kilometre Array of South Africa. According to HERA investigator Jonathan Sievers, scientists have a substantial gap... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Court Saga Puts Set-Top Box Production On Iceset-top boxes. The ministry further said that in October it plans announce a s
Court Saga Puts Set-Top Box Production On Ice
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
set-top boxes. The ministry further said that in October it plans announce a switch-off date in towns located near the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) in the Northern Cape, "where registration and installation has almost reached 99 percent." But... Read more
8d
iol.co.za
R136m boost to help Karoo telescope map starslocated only a few kilometres from the groundbreaking MeerKAT radio telescope a
R136m boost to help Karoo telescope map stars
iol.co.za / Posted 8 days ago
located only a few kilometres from the groundbreaking MeerKAT radio telescope and recently granted the status of a Square Kilometre Array (SKA) precursor telescope, currently has 19 14m radio dishes at the SKA South Africa Losberg site near... Read more
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iol.co.za
R136m boost to help Karoo telescopelocated only a few kilometres from the groundbreaking MeerKAT radio telescope a
R136m boost to help Karoo telescope
iol.co.za / Posted 9 days ago
located only a few kilometres from the groundbreaking MeerKAT radio telescope and recently granted the status of a Square Kilometre Array (SKA) precursor telescope, currently has 19 14m radio dishes at the SKA South Africa Losberg site near... Read more
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9d
AllAfrica.com
Minister Faith Muthambi - Joint-Committees' Digital Migration State of Readiness Meetingcommenced with the phased in approach of Set-Top-Boxes (STBs) Registration in f
Minister Faith Muthambi - Joint-Committees' Digital Migration State of Readiness Meeting
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
commenced with the phased in approach of Set-Top-Boxes (STBs) Registration in four provinces namely, Northern Cape in the Square Kilometre Array area and neighbouring towns, Free State, Mpumalanga and Limpopo; We also announced 1 February 2016,... Read more
9d
iol.co.za
Minimal progress made with digital migrationas of the end of last month, an overall installation target of 90.7 percent was
Minimal progress made with digital migration
iol.co.za / Posted 9 days ago
as of the end of last month, an overall installation target of 90.7 percent was recorded in towns that fall within the square kilometre array area. Government decided to rollout DTTV in this area first because it wanted to prove that the... Read more
10d
PhysOrg
What happened after the lights came on in the universe?bit about what we are looking for and the instruments we need to get there. We
What happened after the lights came on in the universe?
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
bit about what we are looking for and the instruments we need to get there. We hope that what we develop will allow the Square Kilometre Array or another big project to actually make these images and get much more science from this pivotal epoch... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Digital Migration Well On Tracksaid Minister Muthambi. Meanwhile, the ministry is expected to announce in Oct
Digital Migration Well On Track
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
said Minister Muthambi. Meanwhile, the ministry is expected to announce in October a switch-off date in towns located near the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) in the Northern Cape, where registration and installation has alm... Read more
11d
PhysOrg
Australia to embrace the new era of gravitational wave astronomyblack holes. OzGRav engineers are currently designing the supercomputers that
Australia to embrace the new era of gravitational wave astronomy
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
black holes. OzGRav engineers are currently designing the supercomputers that will monitor dozens of these stars using the Square Kilometre Array. The CSIRO's Parkes telescope is also having a powerful new receiver fitted to continue its leading... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Island event explores alien enigmaponders challenge as plain packaging bill passes "The US is involved in a new
Island event explores alien enigma
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
ponders challenge as plain packaging bill passes "The US is involved in a new telescope project in Chile, you've got the Square Kilometre Array radio telescope and the James Webb Space Telescope being constructed, and surely our rate of being... Read more
14d
The New Zealand Herald
Island event explores alien enigmaThe Pope's astronomer on faith, science and aliens "The US is involved in a ne
Island event explores alien enigma
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
The Pope's astronomer on faith, science and aliens "The US is involved in a new telescope project in Chile, you've got the Square Kilometre Array radio telescope and the James Webb Space Telescope being constructed, and surely our rate of being... Read more
15d
The New Zealand Herald
Q&A: The Pope's astronomer on faith, science and aliensgot these large-scale projects kicking off. The US is involved in a new telesc
Q&A: The Pope's astronomer on faith, science and aliens
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
got these large-scale projects kicking off. The US is involved in a new telescope project in Chile, and you've got the Square Kilometre Array radio telescope and the James Webb Space Telescope being constructed, and surely our rate of being... Read more
15d
The New Zealand Herald
Q&A: The Pope's astronomer on faith, science and aliensgot these large-scale projects kicking off. The US is involved in a new telesc
Q&A: The Pope's astronomer on faith, science and aliens
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
got these large-scale projects kicking off. The US is involved in a new telescope project in Chile, and you've got the Square Kilometre Array radio telescope and the James Webb Space Telescope being constructed, and surely our rate of being... Read more
17d
The Times & The Sunday Times
Sky science sees University of the Western Cape beat big names in Nature rankingUniversity takes 10th spot. UWC said one of the key factors for its top rankin
Sky science sees University of the Western Cape beat big names in Nature ranking
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 17 days ago
University takes 10th spot. UWC said one of the key factors for its top ranking is its work in astronomy‚ due to the Square Kilometre Array (SKA)‚ the world's largest astronomy installation. "UWC has built a world-class research group in SKA... Read more
18d
The New Zealand Herald
Are we alone in the universe?Mars until relatively recently. Kiwi researchers from several institutes are c
Are we alone in the universe?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 days ago
Mars until relatively recently. Kiwi researchers from several institutes are contributing to the building of the gigantic Square Kilometre Array radio telescope, which will have a much higher sensitivity and resolution than anything in the world... Read more
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Canberra Times
'There are no bigger questions': Lisa Harvey-Smith's vision rewardedwhere are we going and are we alone?" Dr Harvey-Smith, a CSIRO radio astronome
'There are no bigger questions': Lisa Harvey-Smith's vision rewarded
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
where are we going and are we alone?" Dr Harvey-Smith, a CSIRO radio astronomer, is project scientist for the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP), a radio telescope in Western Australia that is allowing scientists to ask... Read more
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24d
The Age
'There are no bigger questions': Lisa Harvey-Smith's vision rewardedwhere are we going and are we alone?" Dr Harvey-Smith, a CSIRO radio astronome
'There are no bigger questions': Lisa Harvey-Smith's vision rewarded
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
where are we going and are we alone?" Dr Harvey-Smith, a CSIRO radio astronomer, is project scientist for the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP), a radio telescope in Western Australia that is allowing scientists to ask... Read more
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24d
Sydney Morning Herald
'There are no bigger questions': Lisa Harvey-Smith's vision rewardedwhere are we going and are we alone?" Dr Harvey-Smith, a CSIRO radio astronome
'There are no bigger questions': Lisa Harvey-Smith's vision rewarded
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
where are we going and are we alone?" Dr Harvey-Smith, a CSIRO radio astronomer, is project scientist for the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP), a radio telescope in Western Australia that is allowing scientists to ask... Read more
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24d
AllAfrica.com
DTT Rollout Reaches Milestone in SKA AreaPretoria — Government is on track to complete the subsidised set-top box (STB)
DTT Rollout Reaches Milestone in SKA Area
AllAfrica.com / Posted 24 days ago
Pretoria — Government is on track to complete the subsidised set-top box (STB) rollout programme in the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) area in the Northern Cape. Department of Communications Chief Director: Technology, Digital Migration Project,... Read more
25d
Northern Daily Leader
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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25d
Western Advocate
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
Western Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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25d
Kiama Independent
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
Kiama Independent / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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25d
The North West Star
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
The North West Star / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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25d
The Border Mail
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
The Border Mail / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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25d
Illawarra Mercury
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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25d
The Courier
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
The Courier / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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25d
The Young Witness
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
The Young Witness / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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Manning River Times
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
Manning River Times / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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25d
Goondiwindi Argus
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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25d
Brisbane Times
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
Brisbane Times / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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25d
Daily Liberal
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
Daily Liberal / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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25d
The Age
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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25d
Sydney Morning Herald
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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25d
WA Today
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
WA Today / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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25d
Canberra Times
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the p
Hello? Anyone there? Scientists detect 'strong signals'. Could it be alien life?
Canberra Times / Posted 25 days ago
anything," said CSIRO astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith. Dr Harvey-Smith, the project scientist on the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder project, said interference can include "radio noise" from aeroplanes and satellites or even... Read more
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26d
Eye Witness News
Carnarvon science buff could compete in the World Robotics Olympiadde Bruin pictured with his mother and relative at their Carnarvon home. Picture
Carnarvon science buff could compete in the World Robotics Olympiad
Eye Witness News / Posted 26 days ago
de Bruin pictured with his mother and relative at their Carnarvon home. Picture: Leanne de Bassompierre. SKA,Square Kilometre Array SKA,Zainaldo de Bruin CARNARVON - A Northern Cape teenager is headed to the national finals of the... Read more

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