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Location of the Square Kilometre Array

6 May 2015

Months of speculation and lobbying ended on 25 May when the SKA Organisation released its decision on the siting of the Square Kilometre Array.  It will be a co-hosting arrangement (termed a 'dual-site implementation model') involving both Australasia and South Africa, the final two candidates in the hosting bid.  The formal announcement is on the SKA Organisation website.

Last updated: 06 May 2015 9:00am

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