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Giant Telescope in China Joins International Hunt for Extraterrestrial Life

Giant Telescope in China Joins International Hunt for Extraterrestrial Life – The hunt for radio signals from intelligent extraterrestrials just received an international boost. Breakthrough Initiatives, a privately funded series of long-term astronomical programs, is teaming up with the National Astronomical Observatories of China (NAOC) to scour the skies with some of the world’s most […] The post Giant Telescope in China Joins International Hunt for Extraterrestrial Life appeared first on Hiduth.
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