Radio telescope arrays are made up of several radio telescopes, large parabolic antennas or dishes that detect and collect data in the form of radio waves from spacecraft and other astronomical sources. These radio telescope facilities, or observatories, are typically located away from high populations, and are often placed in valleys to avoid pollution and electromagnetic interference (EMI). A network of these telescope arrays can be strategically positioned around Earth to allow for continuous communication between Earth and space, even as our planet rotates.
We are currently researching Radio Telescope Array technologies to improve and advance communication capabilities for near-earth applications to deep space missions.
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