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Antennae of the MWA backlit by the Sun

Australian telescope to reveal early universe

The $51 million Murchison Widefield Array radio telescope has begun operations in Australia’s outback.

Artist's impression of SKA dishes

Australia to share in world’s largest telescope

Australian technology to power a major portion of the Square Kilometre Array telescope.

An MWA antennae tile group

Australian SKA site producing the goods

Australia-New Zealand Square Kilometre Array site is already producing world-class results

MWA antennae

Revolutionary new telescope in WA

Quest to study the earliest stars and galaxies is underway in Western Australia.

Artist's impression of dishes that will make up the SKA radio telescope.

Radio astronomy protected in Western Australia

New regulations will protect Australia’s new super ‘scopes from radio interference.

Data deluge for astronomers

Data deluge for astronomers

Super-sized telescopes will have to capture and use staggering amounts of data.

Artist's impression of the central part of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA).

Supercomputer boosts SKA chances

Computing facility could help Australia-New Zealand win rights to host biggest radio telescope.

MWA antennae

Aussies unite for outback astronomy

Scientists and companies are busily building the next generation of radio telescopes in the remote desert.