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A Three-meter Telescope Will Appear In Moscow City
22.09.2017 00:48
A Three-meter Telescope Will Appear In Moscow City

A three-meter telescope will appear on the viewing platform of the tower in "Moscow City".

A three-meter telescope will be installed at the viewing platform of the OKO tower in MIBC Moscow-City for observation, the Capital Group press-service reports.

      The telescope was made by professional astronomers specially for the observation deck of the tower. The press release notes that visitors can now see Saturn's rings, craters, seas, faults, mountains and bays of the Moon, Jupiter's satellites and its most famous "big red spot".




Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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