The next generation of ground-based telescopes is big. Very big. Featuring primary mirrors over 10 metres in diameter, these new giants will be able to resolve the sky even better than Hubble. Dr. Tayyaba Zafar from Macquarie University dives in on how Australian researchers are working with the GMT, to open up a new dawn across the Universe.
|Specialist publication||Space Australia|
|Publication status||Published - 27 Aug 2020|