Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory

Cambridge, United Kingdom | C.1957

Photo Credit: Louise Walsh

Home to a number of the largest and most advanced radio telescopes in the world, this observatory is apart of University of Cambridge’s physics department. For those wondering, Radio Astronomy is the study of celestial objects through radio waves, which can tell scientists about the Solar System, our galaxy, and some of the most distant parts of the Universe. The recipient of a Nobel Prize for physics, it’s no surprise the Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory explores some of the most unanswered questions about our Universe. Just make sure you don’t press any buttons when you visit.

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