NSF may shut down West Virginia’s Green Bank Telescope and people aren’t happy — TechCrunch

Tight budgets have forced the National Science Foundation to consider shutting down and deconstructing the Green Bank Telescope, the largest steerable telescope in the world. This consideration has caused controversy among astronomers and members of the general public alike. Located in Green Bank, West Virginia, the GBT was opened in 2001 and is a state-of-the-art […]

via NSF may shut down West Virginia’s Green Bank Telescope and people aren’t happy — TechCrunch

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