Giant telescope to open new frontiers in the field of Space Science

A giant thirty meter telescope has been setup by Professor Andrea Gauge and Indian astronomers along with partner countries will bring out many unresolved questions in the field of astronomy and physics as well. The thirty-meter giant telescope is being set up in the Hawaiian island of the US for the purpose of looking into unlimited space to uncover the mysteries of the universe.

In this international project, Professor Andrea Gauge, winner of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics, is actively working with Indian astronomers in relation to instruments connected to telescopes. Professor Gauge has been jointly awarded with Professor Roger Penrose and Professor Reinhard Gängel to locate a giant solid object located in the center of our constellations.

Professor Gauge has played an important role in the development of the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) project and the technical aspects associated with the scientific potential of the project. Many Indian astronomers, including Dr. Annapurni Subramanian, director of the Indian Institute of Astrophysics and Dr. Shashibhushan Pandey, scientist at Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observation Sciences, along with many others have collaborated with Professor Gage in the research and developmental activities of this project.

The TMT project is an international partnership project with Cal Tech, University of California, Canada, Japan, China and India collaborating with the Department of Science and Technology and the Department of Atomic Energy.

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