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(Jalopnik)   The SKA Observatory is to be the biggest radio observatory on Earth. Scanning the airwaves for the likes of Madness and Reel Big Fish   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Electromagnetic radiation, Wavelength, Radio telescope, SKA Observatory, Kilometre, Electromagnetic spectrum, construction of the Square Kilometre Array Observatory, Astronomy  
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2021-06-30 6:15:34 PM  
Hopefully the colour scheme will be a nice two tone
2021-06-30 6:25:47 PM  
Dis ain't fishbone!
2021-06-30 6:53:19 PM  
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2021-06-30 8:24:06 PM  
Sounds real Specials.
2021-06-30 8:58:59 PM  
Maybe they'll see some Skatalites orbiting...

The Skatalites - Rock Fort Rock
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2021-06-30 9:36:49 PM  
Can it transmit as well as receive? Could really image some asteroids if it could.
2021-07-01 2:04:46 AM  
nope fishbone

Fishbone - Party At Ground Zero
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2021-07-01 3:33:43 AM  
Half in Zion, Half in Babylon.
2021-07-01 5:31:34 AM  
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2021-07-01 8:35:52 AM  
Rude Boy.

You've had one to many, go home.
2021-07-01 10:27:06 AM  
As long as they keep an eye out for any Planet Smashers.
2021-07-01 10:50:13 AM  
Dick Clark asks about Ska music on Police Squad!
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2021-07-01 2:58:24 PM  
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