The world’s biggest optical telescope, which has been designed to study the cosmos at a level never before seen, has been unveiled in Beijing.
The China Academy of Sciences announced the telescope was completed in May, and it is the largest optical telescope ever constructed in the country.
The Chinese Academy of Science is known for its scientific research, which includes the construction of the world-class Great Hall of the People, and the Great Hall Of The Universe.
The new facility, the 3.5-metre-wide Keck telescope, will allow researchers to study more than 4 billion galaxies.
It will be capable of collecting data at a resolution of about 20 metres per pixel.
“The telescope is an extraordinary instrument that will provide an unparalleled opportunity for scientists, researchers, engineers, and technicians to study our universe, and help us understand the universe in a deeper way,” Keck Director and CEO John Grunsfeld said in a statement.
“We have the potential to learn a great deal about our universe that we haven’t seen before.”
The telescope will be installed in Keck’s main observatory at Palomar, near San Francisco.
It will be the worlds largest optical observatory.
The instrument, known as the Large Binocular Telescope, is a giant telescope that is designed to be the largest in the world.
The Keck observatory is located in the Southern Hemisphere, and is one of the few that can actually see the night sky.
The telescope was developed by a consortium of countries led by China.
It is a part of the National Astronomical Observatories, the National Science Foundation and the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center.
The $US9.3 billion project is one that is funded by the US government, as well as the European Union.
It was first announced in 2009.
It cost the US $US2.9 billion.
The facility was completed over the course of 12 years.