Radio Telescopes

The largest telescopes in the world are antennas that collect the long wavelengths of light known as radio waves. Arrays of radio telescopes form the most gigantic eyes on the sky, with the largest spanning over 5,300 miles across. Dish-shaped antennas are the most accurate radio telescopes ever built, and the NRAO runs the most powerful of them.

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