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SKA’s low-frequency radio telescope promises a first look at the origin of the Universe

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Sarah Pearce astrophysicist
Sarah Pearce, Acting Chief Scientist of Australia's national science agency CSIRO. Image credit: CSIRO

When you’re in charge of the largest low-frequency telescope ever built and the reams of data it will generate, you get to watch the origins of the universe. For astrophysicist Dr Sarah Pearce, the “next big thing” is the last Big Bang.

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