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Giant Ukrainian Radio Telescope

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Giant Ukrainian Radio Telescope is a low frequency radio telescope which is being developed, built and operated by Institute of Radio Astronomy of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. It is located at S. Y. Braude radio astronomical observatory in Kharkiv oblast of Ukraine. The GURT system is designed to be an extension of Ukrainian T-shaped Radio telescope, second modification (UTR-2) in terms of spatial dimensions and frequency range. The goals of creating this new instrument include enhancement of UTR-2 functional properties and contribution to the progress of low frequency radio astronomy in synergy with other distant instruments.
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