The construction of the world’s largest radio telescope has begun in Australia and South Africa. The telescope, which will be located in Western Australia, will be used to study the universe and search for extraterrestrial life. The project is expected to be completed in 2025.
In Australia and South Africa, work on the biggest radio astronomy facility in the world got underway on Monday. The Square Kilometre Array will have a sister facility with 133 dish antennae in South Africa and 131,072 low-frequency antennae in Australia (SKA-Low).
“Astronomers like myself will utilise the telescopes to precisely measure gravity in harsh situations and trace hydrogen over cosmic time. Additionally, we want to find out if complex compounds exist in planet-forming clouds around far-off stars since they might be the first traces of life elsewhere in the universe, according to SKA scientist Cathryn Trott’s article in The Conversation.
The SKA project is a multinational initiative to construct the biggest telescope ever. As implied by the name, the
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