World’s largest radio telescope detects signals 1,351 light years away

The world’s largest radio telescope has started operation in SW China’s Guizhou Province, a project which could help detect extraterrestrial life.

The telescope, known as FAST, was first brought online in July for trial observation. Researchers said that during a recent test, it received a set of data from a pulsar about 1,351 light-years away.

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