|Energy Solutions for Next-Generation Radio Telescopes|
|21:00 Wed 10 Sep to 09:00 Thu 11 Sep 2003|
ATNF Marsfield Lecture Theatre
Over the next decade a number of huge, distributed radio astronomical facilities are planned. The largest of these will be the "Square Kilometre Array" - an international radio telescope for the 21st century. About half of the million square metres of collecting area of the SKA will be concentrated at a single region of a few kilometers diameter. The remainder will be distributed in "stations", each a few hundred metres in diameter, spread out to continental distances (3000-5000km).
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