When South Africa decided to build a new telescope, it went big. As in rival-the-world's-best big. With the participation of astronomy groups from all over the world, the Southern African Large Telescope, or SALT, is casting a wide eye on the southern sky. Moreover, it's inspiring future astronomers in the region. This Science Bulletins feature takes you behind the scenes as this bold new telescope brings world-class astronomy to a developing nation.
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