World’s largest astronomy telescope given green light by the Department of Environmental Affairs.
MeerKAT beamed down images of more than 1 300 galaxies in deep space where only 70 were believed to be.
If it is up to Nasa and South African science process developer Olorato Mosiane, and asteroid impact would never happen.
These images cover less than 0.01 percent of the entire celestial sphere, and shows more than 50 galaxies in such a small patch of sky.
Dig into the data that will come from one of the biggest scientific endeavours in Africa at the SKAHack that’s being held in March.
Five students from Carnarvon High School received bursaries to pursue studies in science-related fields.
About 50 years ago, Zambia wanted to send a teen girl and two cats to the moon.
The Square Kilometre Array is expected to generate a lot of data when it goes live, and these three varsities will handle the bulk of it.
SKA and Vox Telecom are bringing satellite voice and internet solutions to those in the signal exclusion zone around the array.
Hartebeesthoek telescope and GoldenEye dish find new secrets of space-time.
What a wonderful day for science in South Africa as MeerKAT begins its life.
These tiny towns are about to become the centre of the world’s astronomy community