PC Mag Australia: ASKAP Telescope’s First Glimpse at the Stars

Australia is currently building the Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) which is 36 separate 12-metre antennas that will work together as a single instrument through a computerised system.

This month we got to see the first images from the giant space scanner which is already operating twice as fast as any comparable telescope in the Southern Hemisphere; at a dynamic imaging range of 50,000:1. The project members are excited to say the least, especially the Aussie scientists.

Read more at PC Mag Australia

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