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Scientists work to keep NASA's space telescope in the dark
NASA scientists are taking on the vital task of ensuring unwanted infrared light does not interfere with the optical testing of the James Webb Space Telescope.
Telescope for detecting optical signals from gravitational waves launched
A state-of-the-art telescope for detecting optical signatures of gravitational waves — built and operated by an international research collaboration, led by the University of Warwick — has been officially launched.
Biggest telescope may swap continents
One of the world's biggest telescope projects might be forced to move its location to a different continent.
Very large telescope spots quasars with halos
Previous studies suggest only 10 percent of all quasars feature halos. A recent survey of quasars by the very large telescope's Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer (MUSE) instrument yielded 19 quasars — all with halos.
World's largest telescope paired with second fastest supercomputer
Scientists have selected the second fastest supercomputer in the world to function as the brain of the world's largest telescope, the Square Kilometer Array (SKA).
First image released from world's super radio telescope
Even operating at a quarter of its eventual capacity, South Africa's MeerKAT radio telescope showed off its phenomenal power Saturday, revealing 1,300 galaxies in a tiny corner of the universe where only 70 were known before.
World's largest radio telescope to search for alien life
China finished constructing the world's largest radio telescope to hunt for signs of alien life in deep space.
NASA’s Kepler telescope enters 'emergency mode'
US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is doing all it can to fix its expensive Kepler telescope that has entered emergency mode 75 million miles from home, putting at risk the world’s greatest hope to find habitable planets beyond the boundaries of our solar system.

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