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    The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) will be the largest radio telescope in the world when completed in 2028. Split across South Africa and Australia, with a headquarters in the UK, the facility will address the biggest questions in astrophysics. It will perform the most precise tests of Einstein's theories, and even search for extra-terrestrials.
    The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) is slated for completion in 2028, when it will become the largest radio telescope on the planet. The facility has its headquarters in the UK and is split across Australia and South Africa. The telescope will search for extraterrestrials and also precisely test Einstein 's theories.
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    What is the SKA Telescope project?The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) is an intergovernmental radio telescope project proposed to be built in Australia and South Africa. Conceived in the 1990s, and further developed and designed by the late-2010s, if built, it would have a total collecting area of approximately one square kilometre sometime in the 2020s.
    Where is the SKAO radio telescope located?The placement of the radio telescope was selected in 2012, when the SKAO settled on two sites in South Africa and Australia to co-host the facility, taking advantage of the lack of human-generated radio waves in remote regions for clear observations of the cosmos. …
    What is the CSIRO Square Kilometre Array (SKA)?CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science involvement with the international Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project. Square Kilometre Array The Square Kilometre Array The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) is a next-generation radio telescope that will ultimately have a square kilometre of collecting area, making it the most sensitive radio telescope in the world.
    Are there opposition flares against the SKA radio telescope in South Africa?Retrieved 30 March 2017. ^ Sarah, Wild (22 June 2016). "In South Africa, Opposition Flares against Giant SKA Radio Telescope". Scientific American. Archived from the original on 4 December 2017.
  3. SKA: Construction to begin on world's biggest telescope…

    WebDec 5, 2022 · One of the grand scientific projects of the 21st Century begins its construction phase on Monday. The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) will be the largest radio telescope in the world when...

  4. The construction journey | SKAO

    WebMaking the SKA telescopes a reality. The SKAO Construction Commencement Ceremonies, held at the telescope sites in Australia and South Africa on 5

  5. Explore | SKAO

    WebWe are building the two largest radio telescope arrays in the world, located in Australia and South Africa, supported by institutions and facilities around the globe. Learn …


    WebDec 5, 2022 · SKAO's 16 member states jointly fund the $1.55 billion (€1.3 billion) construction of the telescope and the $0.83 billion (€0.7billion) required for the first decade of its operations. The...