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South Africa’s Square Kilometer Array Partners With Dutch Optical Telescope for Astronomical Breakthroughs

The South African Square Kilometer Array (SKA) has partnered with the Dutch optical telescope MeerLICHT to create the world’s first combined radio and optical telescope – a kind of ‘eyes and ears’ approach to astronomy – that could provide huge advances in both astronomy and astrophysics. Launched last week, the device forms part of SKA’s
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