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Dishes close-up. One of the supercomputer’s first roles will be as a test bed for the development of a computing platform for the Square Kilometre Array - an international effort to build the world’s largest telescope. Credit: SKA Organisation/Swinburne Astronomy Productions

Dishes close-up. One of the supercomputer’s first roles will be as a test bed for the development of a computing platform for the Square Kilometre Array - an international effort to build the world’s largest telescope. Credit: SKA Organisation/Swinburne Astronomy Productions - See more at: http://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news/super-fast-and-super-green-cambridge-unveils-pioneering-high-performance-computer#sthash.Efoc1stm.dpuf
Dishes close-up. One of the supercomputer’s first roles will be as a test bed for the development of a computing platform for the Square Kilometre Array - an international effort to build the world’s largest telescope. Credit: SKA Organisation/Swinburne Astronomy Productions
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