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We're building a next-generation radio telescope in remote Western Australia and playing a leading role in developing the world's largest observatory.
A world-leading telescope in its own right, our new ASKAP radio telescope is also allowing us to test technologies for the much larger Square Kilometre Array.
Primary topic: Australia Telescope National Facility
We've developed a specialised 'camera' for our newest radio telescope that dramatically increases how quickly it can survey the sky, and offers enormous potential for other rapid-imaging applications.
The Square Kilometre Array is a global science and engineering project to build the world's largest radio telescope, and we're helping to design it.
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Last updated: Last updated: 25 February 2015
Printed from: ASKAP and the Square Kilometre Array (http://csiroaucd1-cdc.it.csiro.au/en/Research/Astronomy/ASKAP-and-the-Square-Kilometre-Array)