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Published: 25 May 2008


A six-storey-high telescope at the South Pole could help unravel how the Universe evolved through its mid-life period. Matt Dobbs, a young cosmologist who has gone to the ends of the Earth to understand the mid-life evolution of the universe, is part of a seven university group that built, and is now operating, the largest-ever telescope at the South Pole.


A six-storey-high telescope at the South Pole could help unravel how the Universe evolved through its mid-life period. The Star's Peter Calamai looks at McGill's Matt Dobbs, a young cosmologist who has gone to the ends of the Earth to understand the mid-life evolution of the universe. Dobbs is part of a seven university group that built, and is now operating, the largest-ever telescope at the South Pole.

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