Major radio telescope ‘rises’ to study early universe

The Northern Millimeter Extended Array (NOEMA), a powerful radio telescope in the French Alps, has been flattened at full power. On September 30, the telescope, which has 12 antennas, was inaugurated, becoming the most powerful millimeter radio telescope in the northern hemisphere.

The telescope will make unprecedented observations of the universe, as it is able to capture the light that was traveling to a land For 13 billion years, going back to the time when the universe was about 600 million years old.

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