A new radar telescope was installed on the Green Bank Telescope, which allows it to transmit signals into space and process reflected signals.
In the United States, a team of astronomers took a high-resolution image of the Moon using a new radar telescope.
The new technology was developed by the Green Bank Observatory (GBO), the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) and Raytheon Intelligence & Space.
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A new radar transmitter has been installed on the Green Bank Telescope (GBT), allowing it to transmit radar signals into space.
The reflected signals are then picked up by a series of radio antennas located throughout the United States and processed to produce images.
According to scientists, this technology will improve our ability to explore our Solar System and will provide the high resolution images of near-earth objects.