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Scientists collaborate on new radio telescope

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The ambitious Square Kilometre Array will be 50 times more sensitive than existing radio telescopes.

Over the next 12 years, thousands of antennas will be built and installed across a 5,000-kilometer stretch of the southern hemisphere.

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Aww, when I first read about this I was under the impression that it was definitely going to be in Australia. :(

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Will they be searching for aliens?

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Will they be searching for aliens?

Its primary purpose is astronomy not SETI, but it's possible that some of the collected data will be useful in the search for extraterrestrial signals.

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Fingers crossed they will be in Australia, Plenty of room.

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who is paying the Electricity Bill to power it up,or are they using their own generators ?

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