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CSIRO 'Camera' Now Boosting World's Largest Telescope

CSIRO-built equipment has been installed on the world's largest radio telescope to allow it to scan the sky seven times faster than it can now, and see further out into space.

The $1.4 million instrument is essentially a camera that uses radio waves instead of light to make pictures of galaxies and gas clouds in space.

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Added by Christopher Owen on 2004-04-28

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