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Neither on Earth nor in space, the giant telescope was launched into the water

Neither on Earth nor in space, the giant telescope was launched into the water

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian scientists have launched the world’s largest underwater telescope into water, the smallest cosmic particle to date, according to our information.
The Universal Telescope, dubbed the Beckel Gigaton Volume Detector or GVD, is immersed in the waters of Russia’s famous Lake Bekal at a depth of 750 to 1300 meters. Thus, the telescope has been lowered four kilometers from the shores of Lake Bekal.
This telescope is an observatory made of cords and curved glass and steel. It should be noted that the lake was frozen and an observatory has been drilled in the lake.

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