The largest radio telescope in the world is located in China. It is look like Five-hundred-metre Aperture Spherical Telescope that start to observe on outer space.
This tool is located in the remote mountainous areas of Guizhou Province in Southwest China, which can help to protect peoples from interference of radio waves, which are signals sent by a mobile phone and Wi-Fi.
Construction began in 2011, spurred the relocation of a small village. The telescope can go through stages of testing and improvement before full operation began, according to the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
The telescope, named for the size of this tool is about 200 meters wider than the rival, the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, built in the early 1960.
That means that it will be able to see fainter objects from Arecibo telescope also the function can detect, said Michael Nolan at University of Arizona in Tucson
To avoid problems in this tool, FAST mirror panels and receivers designed to move directly, allowed scientists to create a bowl-shaped parabolic pointing at any part of the sky under observation.