The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project is an international effort to build the world’s largest radio telescope, enabling science with unprecedented detail and survey speed. The project spans over a decade and is now at a mature stage, ready to enter the construction and integration phase. In the fully deployed state, the MID-Telescope consists of a 150-km diameter array of offset Gregorian antennas installed in the radio quiet zone of the Karoo desert (South Africa). Each antenna is equippe...Expand abstract
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MID-Radio Telescope, single pixel feed packages for the square kilometre array: an overview
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