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Tuesday was used to provide a trip to the Pilanesberg Nature Reserve, allowing the visitors to get up close and personal with elephant, rhino's and more.
VLBI, or Very Long Baseline Interferometry, is the technique by which radio telescopes far apart combine the signals they receive to create a virtual telescope that can be as big as the Earth.
HartRAO Director Justin Jonas conducted a walkabout, and the visitors are seen here with some Observatory staff in front of the 26-m radio telescope.
Here Justin describes the equipment in the radio telescope control room.