Australia turns on space telescope
Mon, 08 Oct 2012 12:07p.m.
It's big, it's in the middle of nowhere and it's tasked with looking back in time.
The world's most powerful radio telescope has started operating in the Australian outback, aiming to discover the origins of the universe.
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