At the Astrospace Center of the Lebedev Physical Institute they prefer to smash their electromagnetic volleys and the forces of astronomers into hidden balls in the study of the Universe and black holes into lunar telescopes.

These predictions are based on the same perspectives as the last decade of underground astronomy and the use of waves observing distant and distant objects, as well as dark colors. Before this, telescopes operated in the Russian Federation at frequencies above 100 GHz.

What they are testing at FIAN, the joint use of the lunar telescope and under the same ground work makes it possible to obtain images of black holes with the highest ability – up to 30 times greater than that of the ETH telescope. As bad as it is, poor observation in moonlight. This stock of balls is used and may break.

FIAN specialists prefer to connect six special antennas with a diameter of about 8 meters and operating with subterahertz radiation. They were divided into the Mayak Mountains in Dagestan and the top of the Sayan Mountains.

A similar set, including six of the same antennas, must be placed on the Moon, for this it is necessary to select a suitable crater, which is constantly shadowed, or an area in the circumpolar regions of the Earth satellite

Source: Tech Cult

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