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Russia Plans to Open Two Astronomical Observatories in Cuba
13.01.2018 16:47
Russia Plans to Open Two Astronomical  Observatories in Cuba

The observatories will monitor potentially dangerous objects, such as meteorites and space debris, the portal Cubadebate reports.

Russia plans to equip two modern astronomical observatories in Cuba.

"The joint project envisages the installation in Cuba of two modern fully automated telescopes for the study of positional, photometric and spectral characteristics of various space objects," the publication reads.

In particular, it is planned to monitor potentially dangerous space objects - meteorites and space debris. So far it remains unknown, in what part of the country the telescopes will be installed.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Observatories     

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