Researchers are pinning their hopes on the telescope to study the very onset of the universe without the process being disturbed by radio interference from Earth. The Lunar Crater Radio Telescope, to be planted on the moon’s far side, would be tasked with analyzing radio waves originating from space. It would be able to observe the universe in wavelengths reflected by Earth’s atmosphere. Such wavelengths could uncover important cosmological or extrasolar planetary signatures that would otherwise not be detected.
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