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The missing link in the study of black holes? Africa Millimetre Telescope could unlock new secrets
by Rachel Wood, CNN
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20 April 2020
On 20 April 2020 CNN reported:
Black holes, which trap light and warp the very fabric of space, remain one of the great mysteries of science. But astronomers are hoping that a telescope in Africa could help unlock their secrets. Eli Kasai is an optical astronomer at the University of Namibia, and he is working on a project to bring a millimeter wave telescope to the country, which will be the first of its kind in Africa. Known as the Africa Millimetre Telescope (AMT), Kasai says it could provide the 'missing link in the study of black holes.'
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