Radio Telescope - Africa's Chance to Shine
Co-hosting the world largest radio telescope has given Africa a platform to prove to the world that the continent has what it takes to deliver cutting-edge science, an expert says.
South Africa is currently building a mid-frequency demonstrator radio telescope alongside the proposed SKA core site.
South Africa: Zuma Urges Carnarvon Community to Support SKA
SAnews.gov.za, 9 October 2012
President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday told the community of Carnarvon in the Northern Cape to do everything they can to support the Square kilometre Array (SKA) telescope project, saying… Read more »
South Africa: Start Getting Excited About SKA - Zuma
SA Info, 9 October 2012
South Africans should start getting excited about hosting what will be the world's largest radio telescope, the Square Kilometre Array (SKA), says President Jacob Zuma. Read more »
African countries need more scientists for research on the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) telescope to succeed, an official said in Pretoria. Read more »
The exploration of shale gas will be stopped if it is found that hydraulic fracturing posed a risk to the water table and to the multi-billion rand Square Kilometre Array ... Read more »