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MWA Video: "From the Outback to the Cosmos"


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MWA: From the Outback to the Cosmos provides a closer look at a new telescope operating at wavelengths from 1 to 4 meters, that is being built in Western Australia by an international collaboration. This array will provide an unprecedented look at the universe, from its very beginning to the modern-day environment of the Sun-Earth system. Learn about the new digital technology that is being used by the MWA project that opens up a new window to the universe.
 

 

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