Scientists have discovered a surprising new way to keep a check on space junk and prevent any catastrophic collisions with Earth - by using pop songs, talkback radio and highly advanced science.
The RRI, in partnership with US Universities, Harvard and MIT, and the Universities of Australia and New Zealand successfully built and commissioned the MWA, a radio telescope.
A new analytical tool will process waves of data coming in from the new low-frequency radio telescope, the Murchison Widefield Array, to shed more light on early universe.
Day in Pics: 22nd November
Showbiz World - November 22, 2014
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