South African President Jacob Zuma Visits The SKA Project : News Photo

South African President Jacob Zuma Visits The SKA Project

CARNAVON, SOUTH AFRICA - OCTOBER 9: (SOUTH AFRICA OUT) The satellite dishes that make up the KAT radio telescope stand in the sun at the SKA (Square Kilometre Array) project site on October 9, 2012 in Carnavon, South Africa. President Zuma called the project an opportunity to recruit young people to pursue careers in science and technology. The SKA - or Square Kilometre Array, already includes seven telescope dishes and will feature many more from 2013 onwards. (Photo by Jaco Marais/Foto24/Gallo Images/Getty Images)
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CARNAVON, SOUTH AFRICA - OCTOBER 9: (SOUTH AFRICA OUT) The satellite dishes that make up the KAT radio telescope stand in the sun at the SKA (Square Kilometre Array) project site on October 9, 2012 in Carnavon, South Africa. President Zuma called the project an opportunity to recruit young people to pursue careers in science and technology. The SKA - or Square Kilometre Array, already includes seven telescope dishes and will feature many more from 2013 onwards. (Photo by Jaco Marais/Foto24/Gallo Images/Getty Images)
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