China opens world’s largest radio telescope to international scientists


Post historic fall RCBo Observatory In Puerto Rico, China has opened the largest radio telescope in the world to international scientists.

In Pingtang, Guizhou Province stands Five hundred meter aperture spherical telescope (Fast), the largest radio telescope in the world, crossing the Arecibo Observatory, which stood as the largest in the world for 53 years before the completion of the construction of FAST in 2016. After two cable failures earlier this year, RCBo’s radio telescope Collapsed in november, Closing the observatory for good. Now, FAST is opening its doors to astronomers around the world.

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