Mozambique to Co-Host World's Largest Telescope
The British based organisation the Square Kilometre Array has decided to build the world's largest ever telescope in southern Africa and Australasia, with Mozambique hosting part of the telescope at the Science and Technology Park in Maluana, Maputo province.
A portion of the Karoo Array Telescope - known as KAT-7.
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