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Terbaru  5 Oktober 2011 - 16:32 WIB

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Belajar kosakata bahasa Inggris yang digunakan dalam berita melalui video tentang teleskop radio terkuat di dunia saat ini.

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A new image of two galaxies colliding.

At a facility in the Atacama desert the world's most powerful radio telescope begins the quest to view the origins of the universe.

The telescope consists of an array of giant antennae on top of one of the highest plateaus in Chile.

It's able to detect light which emanated from stars created hundreds of millions of years ago.

Vocabulary

a facility: kompleks, fasilitas

quest: penyelidikan, pencarian

an array of: kesatuan

plateaus: dataran tinggi

emanated from: berasal (dari)

Exercise

Isilah tempat yang kosong dengan memilih kata-kata yang sesuai berikut ini. Anda mungkin harus mengubah bentuk kata:

a facility / quest / an array of / plateaus / emanated from

1. The "Mogi Doughnut Hypothesis" suggests that a circular pattern of small precursor quakes will precede a large earthquake ______________ the centre of that circle.

2. Deep below the sea, off the north coast of Northern Ireland, a dramatic geological mystery has been discovered.

Huge cliffs, vast basins and ______________, a lake and even rivers have been found. But so far no-one is certain what caused them to end up like this deep under the sea.

3. In South Korea, the group will be accommodated in ______________ for North Korean refugees.

4. The collection features ______________ stone and terracotta objects that covers almost 2,000 years of the country's pre-Hispanic history.

5. On hearing the news Afghan President Hamid Karzai decided to cut short his visit to the US but briefly met President Barack Obama, who condemned the killing as a "tragic loss". Both men reinforced their determination to continue the ______________ for peace.

Answer

1. The "Mogi Doughnut Hypothesis" suggests that a circular pattern of small precursor quakes will precede a large earthquake emanating from the centre of that circle.

Source: Klik Can we predict when and where quakes will strike?

2. Deep below the sea, off the north coast of Northern Ireland, a dramatic geological mystery has been discovered.

Huge cliffs, vast basins and plateaus, a lake and even rivers have been found. But so far no-one is certain what caused them to end up like this deep under the sea.

Source: Klik Prehistoric land under the sea

3. In South Korea, the group will be accommodated in a facility for North Korean refugees.

Source: Klik Supreme Court 'not supreme' despite judgement

4. The collection features an array of stone and terracotta objects that covers almost 2,000 years of the country's pre-Hispanic history.

Source: Klik US museum returns indigenous artefacts to Costa Rica

5. On hearing the news Afghan President Hamid Karzai decided to cut short his visit to the US but briefly met President Barack Obama, who condemned the killing as a "tragic loss". Both men reinforced their determination to continue the quest for peace.

Source: Klik Afghan peace council head Rabbani killed in attack

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