Visionary scientist Bernie Fanaroff is one of the key individuals responsible for the current growth and strength of astronomy in South Africa.
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Odd radio circles, or ORCs, have puzzled astronomers. But new data from South Africa’s MeerKAT telescope is helping to solve the mystery.
The South African Radio Astronomy Observatory has released a stunning new image taken by the MeerKAT telescope showing the complex centre the Milky Way.
The South African Radio Astronomy Observatory has announced that a group of 20 galaxies have been discovered with the MeerKAT telescope.
Two giant radio galaxies have been discovered with South Africa’s powerful MeerKAT telescope, located in the Karoo.
Higher education, science & innovation minister Blade Nzimande said the 64-dish MeerKAT, the pre-cursor to the Square Kilometer Array, will be expanded by 20 dishes at a cost of R800-million.
The Hydrogen Intensity and Real-time Analysis eXperiment (Hirax) project is an international collaboration being led by scientists from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
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One of the world’s largest collaborative science projects is about to enter its most exciting year yet. This will see researchers in a remote stretch of South Africa’s Karoo testing Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity
The Square Kilometre Array has reached another milestone, with a significant development that cements the way towards the second phase construction of the giant telescope. The Ghanaian and South African governments on Thursday