May 24, 2000 -- An Australian-led team of 30 astronomers from four countries has used CSIRO's Parkes radio telescope to make the first picture of the sky in which the Milky Way - the stars and dust of our own Galaxy - no longer blocks our view of the Universe beyond.
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