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Nobeyama Radio Observatory

Tourist interact with information in a visitors centre in Nobeyama Radio Observatory (NRO) near Minamimaki, Nagano, Japan Wednesday August 17th 2016. The NRO is a project run by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ), and the institute of the National Institute of Natural Sciences (NINS). The site, operates powerful, advanced radio telescopes, including a 45-m Radio Telescope (one of the world's largest),The Nobeyama Radio Polarimeter, and the 6 antenna Nobeyama millimetre array.

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Nobeyama Radio Observatory
Tourist interact with information in a visitors centre in Nobeyama Radio Observatory (NRO) near Minamimaki, Nagano, Japan Wednesday August 17th 2016. The NRO is a project run by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ), and the institute of the National Institute of Natural Sciences (NINS). The site, operates powerful, advanced radio telescopes, including a 45-m Radio Telescope (one of the world's largest),The Nobeyama Radio Polarimeter, and the 6 antenna Nobeyama millimetre array.