World’s largest radio telescope to be built in WA

SKA-Low was established in Western Australia as the world’s largest and most powerful low-frequency radio telescope. The data collected in Western Australia will expand humanity’s understanding of the universe, with the opportunity to hear and find the signals of other intelligent beings while advancing technology around the globe.

The observatory will work with the Wajarri Yamaji community to ensure that this landmark project benefits both domestically and internationally.

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Produced By: Andrew Herlinger

Featured In Story: Dr Danny Price, Senior Research Fellow, Curtin University

First aired on The Wire, Monday 5 December 2022