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Scientists Looking at Coldest Objects in Universei
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June 23, 2014 10:52 PM
Astronomers have a new powerful tool for looking deep into space while trying to better understand the origins of the universe. It is a new telescope that will look for signals coming from the coldest objects in deep space. The telescope is called Atacama Large Millimeter/sub-millimeter Array or "ALMA. As VOA's George Putic reports, the last of its 66 dish antennas has been moved to its site in Chile's high desert

Scientists Looking at Coldest Objects in Universe

Published June 23, 2014

Astronomers have a new powerful tool for looking deep into space while trying to better understand the origins of the universe. It is a new telescope that will look for signals coming from the coldest objects in deep space. The telescope is called Atacama Large Millimeter/sub-millimeter Array or "ALMA. As VOA's George Putic reports, the last of its 66 dish antennas has been moved to its site in Chile's high desert


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