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Submission + - Australia and South Africa to share the SKA (nature.com)

ananyo writes: The battle for the world's largest radio telescope has ended in a draw. As an earlier slashdot story suggested, South Africa and Australia are to split the Square Kilometre Array, a €1.5 billion (US$1.9 billion) project made up of 3,000 15-meter-wide dishes and an even larger number of simple antennas. The decision was announced at a meeting outside of Amsterdam in the Netherlands, following a vote by SKA's international board.
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Australia and South Africa to share the SKA

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