(Dragonfly Media / AAP via EPA ) The Australia Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP), with an array of 36 antennas each 12 meters (40 feet) across, started peering into the universe on Friday from a far-flung cattle station in Western Australia state.
World's Fastest Radio Telescope Starts Up in Australian Outback
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OCTOBER 08, 2012
Rebekah Kebede, MSNBC

In the remote Australian outback, scientists have launched the world's fastest radio telescope which will exponentially increase astronomers' ability to survey the universe, mapping black holes and shedding new light on the origins of galaxies.
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