For fifty years, gantries, tracking dishes and other bits of apparatus from the space age have towered above the flat Woomera horizon. Now, in a project worth millions of dollars, Adelaide and Tokyo Universities have built a new 10 metre gamma ray telescope that adds its own distinctive outline.
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