The world's largest radio telescope has already discovered 53 stars but is struggling to attract researchers to its remote location in a mountainous region of China. Photo: Handout
The world's largest radio telescope has already discovered 53 stars but is struggling to attract researchers to its remote location in a mountainous region of China. Photo: Handout
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Wanted: Researchers for China’s mega telescope to interpret signals from across the universe

  • Hidden in a remote mountain location is the world’s largest radio telescope which has already discovered 53 stars
  • The problem is finding enough astronomers to analyse the data

The world's largest radio telescope has already discovered 53 stars but is struggling to attract researchers to its remote location in a mountainous region of China. Photo: Handout
The world's largest radio telescope has already discovered 53 stars but is struggling to attract researchers to its remote location in a mountainous region of China. Photo: Handout
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