Thousands of SKA antenna dishes will be built in South Africa (in the Karoo, not far from the small town called Carnarvon), with outstations in other parts of South Africa, as well as in eight African partner countries
We are building the Square Kilometre Array radio telescope (SKA), located in South Africa and eight other African countries, with part in Australia. The SKA will be the largest radio telescope ever built and will produce science that changes our understanding of the universe.
Two SKA SA bursary students depart on Australian vacation work programme
Two SKA SA bursary funded students, Tokiso Motoai and Katherine James, have been selected to participate in the first exchange Australian vacation work programme, the CSIRO/SKA SA Undergraduate Vacation Scholarship. On Thursday, 9 February 2017, they will present about their research projects at the Student Symposium.
National and International Non-Traditional Exchange (NINE) Programme 2017
Applications are invited for the National and International Non-Traditional Exchange (NINE) Programme 2017. The NINE is a programme to train and mentor participants in the full science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) spectrum of Radio Astronomy using bilateral partnerships led by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO).