Australian and Korean radio telescopes have hooked up for the first time to target a galaxy that is 3.5 billion light years away. The initiative included two CSIRO dishes near Coonabarabran and Narrabri in New South Wales, a telescope of the University of Tasmania near Hobart, and two telescopes operated by the Korean Astronomy …
The Hubble telescope has zero resolving power in radio bands.
"whether the world’s largest radio telescope will be hosted in Australian or South Africa"
The ideal solution of course would be to host it in both.
Is the a key technique hosted in Australian?
What are "string radio waves" and why will the black hole merger release huge amounts of radiation CSIRO's Dr Chris Phillips?
Been done before; even in South Africa
Re: Is the a key technique hosted in Australian?
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