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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 …

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The Hubble telescope has zero resolving power in radio bands.

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"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.

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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?

Also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VLBI

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Been done before; even in South Africa

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hartebeesthoek_Radio_Astronomy_Observatory

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Re: Is the a key technique hosted in Australian?

No doubt when you've been a reader for a little while longer, Destroy All Monsters, you will become resigned to the unfortunate fact that proofreading is not one of El Reg's fortés....

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