Before its construction is even completed, the new telescope Alma is embarking on an upgrade – with state-of-the-art technology from Chalmers. The upgrade to the giant telescope in Chile will help astronomers to investigate the earliest galaxies, and to search for water in other planetary systems.
The oversight board for Alma has authorised the design and building of an additional set of receivers, which will enable the telescope to access a part of the...
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