Our universe is strange, wonderful and vast, says astronomer Natasha Hurley-Walker.
A spaceship can’t carry you into its depths (yet) — but a radio telescope can. In this mesmerizing talk, Hurley-Walker shows how she probes the mysteries of the universe using special technology that reveals light spectrums we can’t see. (Oct 2016)
The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) is the world’s largest radio telescope and operates over sites in South Africa and Western Australia. The SKA has the capacity to produce images of resolution quality 50 times higher than the Hubble Space Telescope and has the potential to answer profound questions of astrophysics and cosmology.