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Astronomers have discovered a previously unknown gigantic radio galaxy, using initial images from a new, ongoing all-sky radio survey...Dr. Heald identified a new source the size of the full Moon projected on the sky.
The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope is one of the most exciting science projects of the century, project director Bernie Fanaroff said on Tuesday. "The science is as evolutionary and exciting as the work being done at Cern (European
Martin Bernetti/AFP In a super-arid desert at an altitude of 5,000 meters, with almost no humidity or vegetation, the world's largest ground-based astronomy project opens for business on Wednesday ready to probe the universe with unprecedented might.
The SKA is an international effort to build the world's largest and most sensitive radio telescope, which is to be located in to help better understand the history of the universe. The project constitutes the ultimate Big Data challenge, and
Construction has begun on a new radio telescope in British Columbia's south Okanagan that will act like a type of time machine and help astrophysicists travel back to better understand the composition of our expanding universe. The $11-million
Askap, the new radio telescope facility in Western Australia, is predicted to uncover 700,000 more galaxies. Photograph: Nasa/AFP/Getty Images Two Australian sky surveys named Wallaby and Dingo are expected to discover 700,000 galaxies over the
Construction will begin near Penticton next month of a radio telescope which aims to identify the invisible matter that makes up nearly 96 per cent of the substance of the universe. University of British Columbia, McGill University and the Canadian
Humans could make contact with alien life within 12 years, with the aid of the world's largest radio telescope, a leading UFO expert has claimed. One of the key questions whether extra-terrestrial life exists, could be answered by 2024 with the
GhanaBeside a coconut farm in this lush mountain town squats the signature endeavor of Ghana's Space Science and Technology Center. It is a satellite dish, rusted and infested with bees, that technicians hope to convert into a stargazing radio
Australia has unveiled a new radio telescope in the remote outback that will give the world a vastly improved view of the sun and much faster warnings on massive solar storms. The Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope will detect flares on