The SKA will transform our understanding of the Universe
The Who's Who of global radio astronomy gathered in Stellenbosch this week to discuss future science with the SKA. The meeting was characterised by "electrifying expectations" and "impatient excitement" on the part of scientists who are keen to see the long-awaited SKA (Square Kilometre Array), and its precursors such as South Africa's MeerKAT and Australia's ASKAP, become a reality. Read the release
The SKA: Answering questions
Explore what the SKA means to South Africa and to science more generally as it answers questions about the cosmos.
SKA Nuus vir die Noord-Kaap
Read the January 2014 issue [PDF] of the newsletter produced in Afrikaans for the Northern Cape community.
Watch a collection of videos on YouTube featuring KAT-7, MeerKAT and the SKA, and how the project is progressing.
Download Our journey to bring the SKA to Africa - A new brochure and poster from the SKA South Africa Project celebrating the highlights of the past ten years.
Download: Brochure - PDF | Poster
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Q & A - everything you want to know
Find out everything you wanted to know about the Square Kilometre Array Radio Telescope - or SKA - which will be the world's biggest telescope - and one of the biggest scientific projects - ever! » Read the Q & A