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May 13, 2019
Brain of SKA: Scientists finish designing brain of world's largest radio telescopeA team led by Cambridge University has designed the many elements going into the 'brain' of the SKA.
Apr 16, 2019
TIFR-NCRA Pune team's images of the Sun broaden understanding of solar flaresFrom a million high-contrast images, the team has helped understand flares, space weather better.
Apr 03, 2019
First closeup image of a black hole ever taken might be unveiled on 10 AprilThe closest supermassive black hole to us is thought to be at the heart of the Milky Way galaxy.
Aug 09, 2018
Indian telescope near Pune discovers most distant radio galaxy ever observedA team led by PhD student Aayush Saxena from Leiden Observatory just broke a 20-year-old record.
Jul 14, 2018
MeerKAT, world's largest telescope to unravel galactic mysteries, inauguratedMeerKAT is also pushing boundaries in big data and high-performance computing
Jul 13, 2018
Astronomers discover rare double asteroid revolving around each other near EarthIn June, observations by GSSR showed the first signs that the Asteroid could be a binary system.
May 29, 2018
A unique telescope launched in South Africa on 25 May combines 'eyes and ears' to study the universeScientists on 25 May launched the world’s first optical telescope linked to a radio telescope, which combines “eyes and ears” to study the universe.
May 29, 2017
India's Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope is on track to get a major upgrade by 2018The upgrades will allow the GMRT to have capabilities unmatched till the proposed Square Kilometre Array (SKA) telescope becomes operational by 2023.
Sep 26, 2016
The largest radio telescope in the world begins operations in ChinaThe Fast telescope is meant to observe pulsars, study molecules and search for evidence of extraterrestrial life by looking for intelligent signals.
Sep 01, 2016
'Unusual signal' recieved by SETI didn't come from alien civilisationThe "unusual signal" picked up by SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) using Russia's RATAN-600 radio telescope and thought to be coming from a star in the Hercules constellation most likely originated from Earth and not some advanced extraterrestrial civilisation, media reports said.