The pudding is officially on holiday now, so it would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very happy festive season and an excellent start to 2016! There will be more updates to come over the holidays, but for now, thank you to everyone who has helped the pudding on its travels this year and all of you who are fans of the one and only Cosmic Pudding ^_^
This image was taken at the Murchison Widefield Array site – the antenna is one of the prototypes for SKA-Low (now known as the Low-Frequency Aperture Array apparently), the low frequency part of the Square Kilometre Array. More officially known as dipole antennas, these antennas look a *lot* like Christmas trees… so that’s what we decorated this one as. Thanks Aidan for your help with assembling!
Also, in case you haven’t yet seen it, here is the latest pudding video, featuring all of the telescopes the pudding has visited thus far in its adventures: