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radio telescope

noun as in astronomical telescope

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Since 1963, this behemoth radio telescope in Puerto Rico has observed everything from space rocks whizzing past Earth to mysterious blasts of radio waves from distant galaxies.

As a result, even as the community welcomes a new cutting-edge facility in China and looks forward to the next generation of radio telescopes, Arecibo—like all observatories—filled an essential niche.

FAST is the largest single-dish radio telescope in the world.

We might similarly construct a lunar radio telescope in a crater on the moon.

Starting in 2000, astronomers using radio telescopes on Earth have seen particularly bright radio signals coming from Titan’s equator.

Now, the Egyptian Astronomical Society has just finished constructing a new radio telescope.

Then the blacktop road curved out into the desert to the great radio telescope.

Later, the boys helped check circuits while the radio telescope swung through a variety of arcs, with Farid at the controls.

Parnell Winston faced the group of Egyptian scientists in the crowded radio-telescope control room.

Their whole attention was given to the problem of getting the big radio telescope working.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to radio telescope, such as: dish antenna, parabolic reflector, and radar telescope.

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