Ghana to Enter Radio Telescope Era

Ghanaians have begun training on how to operate and maintain radio telescopes, ahead of the deployment of telescopes in their country as part of the Square Kilometre Array project, which will allow scientists to probe the depths of space.
Photo: SKA Africa

Ghanaian radio astronomers, from left, Emmanuel Proven Adzri; Emmanuel Mornoh; Theophilus Ansah-Narh; Joyce Koranteng-Acquah; Felix Madjitey and Severin Azankpo


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