Common Goals. Common Future. Commonwealth.
The Cheshire Commonwealth Association is delighted to invite you to join us on World Commonwealth Day at the acclaimed Square Kilometre Array to discover your future global potential! There has never been a better opportunity to start or expand trade in the Commonwealth nations which share a common language and values. Embrace the wealth of opportunity of doing business with the Commonwealth – listen to prestigious speakers, share experiences with successful exporters and be connected with business support organisations who will share their propositions to achieve more international business.
About the SKA
The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project is an international effort to build the world’s largest radio telescope. The SKA is not a single telescope, but a collection of telescopes, called an array, to be spread over long distances. It will be constructed in Australia and South Africa with a later expansion in both countries and into other African countries.
The design has been led by the SKA Organisation based near Manchester, UK and supported by more than 1,000 engineers and scientists in 20 countries. The SKA Organisation is transitioning to the SKA Observatory, an intergovernmental organisation established by treaty, to undertake the construction and operation of the telescope.
The SKA will conduct transformational science and help to address fundamental gaps in our understanding of the Universe including the formation and evolution of galaxies, fundamental physics in extreme environments and the origins of life in the universe.