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Friday, December 4, 2020

World's Largest Antenna Broken

World's Largest Antenna Broken : In this world, no matter how big or strong something is, it has to end one day. The world's largest antenna has broken and that is why all the scientists of the world are under great stress. It is true that Scientists working on high technology and think far ahead of the common man. One thing that bothers me is that these scientist did not know that one day the world's largest antenna would be finished? 

Is there no alternative to this antenna? Is there no predetermined option for this largest antenna? There may have been an attempt to save the broken antenna as well, but could not save the world's largest antenna. Thousands of scientists were involved with the function of the largest antenna and monitored its activity but could not do anything to save the largest antenna. 
World's largest antenna


The world's largest antenna monitors the space

Often we keep hearing the news related to meteorites, meteors and aliens coming towards the earth. But do you know where we got information about these meteorites, meteors and even aliens. All this information we used to get was a largest antenna installed in the Arecibo Observatory. 

Very very sad news....this world's largest Antenna, has now been destroyed, which will no longer get the news of the Alien world! This antenna is located at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico. It is operated by Anne G. Mendez University, National Science Foundation and University of Florida.

This observatory has a large circular antenna of 1007 feet three inches diameter. Which gives information about the activities happening in space. This antenna is called Orcibo Radar. This antenna has 40 thousand aluminum panels which helps in receiving signals.

But now Scientists around the world are deeply troubled by the world's largest antenna breakdown. This antenna informs scientists about the dangers from space such as Asteroids, Meteors. Due to its breakdown, scientists are now worrying about who will alert about the dangers coming from space to Earth. At the same time, this antenna will be repaired. The iron cables with which this antenna is connected are also breaking.

Facts of World's Largest Antenna

It took three years to build the world's largest antenna. Its construction started in 1960. Which was completed in 1963. In the middle of this largest antenna there is a reflector, which hangs through the bridge. There are two such reflectors here.

The first at an elevation of 365 feet and the second at an elevation of 265 feet. All reflectors are tied to a tower made of three high and strong concrete. very rigid and strong 3.25 inch thick steel wires have been used for tying.

The Orcibo Radar ie antenna is spread over a total area of ​​20 acres. Its depth is 167 feet. Let me tell you that the climax scene of the famous James Bond series film Golden Eye was shot at this observatory. In this film, Pierce Brosnan was playing the character of James Bond. In addition, many films, webseries and documentaries have been made at this observatory. Apart from this, the shooting of Jodi Foster's film Sampark was also done here.
world's largest antenna broken

The cables that were broken in this observatory weighed 5.44 lakh kg. Some of these cables were broken. The cables that were broken weighed 2.83 lakh kg. This caused a hole in the antenna of 100 feet. A large part of the antenna made of aluminum has broken and fallen to the ground. Let us tell you that with the help of this antenna, around 250 scientists around the world keep an eye on space.

All its cables broke and it fell on the dish antenna, causing the entire dish antenna to be damaged. The structure hanging above the antenna also collapsed. Which has caused a lot of damage. The Oricibo Observatory tweeted that the end of an era in the world of science. The Orcibo Telescope broken but no one was harmed.

When this antenna was built, it was intended to strengthen the defense system. Through this, Puerto Rico wanted to strengthen the anti-ballistic missile defense system. Later it was used for scientific work. This antenna has not only informed about the threats coming from space.

In fact, the surrounding countries have also provided information about many natural disasters. This antenna has also given information about several cyclones, earthquakes and storms in the last 50 years. Scientists are now surprised that this 900-ton structure rests on some cables.

It needs immediate repair. If it is not repaired soon, the entire structure may collapse. If this structure collapses, it will take a long time to build it back. When the scientist assessed the breakdown, it was found that there was a loss of about approx. 5 billion dollar. New cables are expected to arrive by next month.

But this did not happen. The head of the observatory had demanded damages for repairs from the National Science Foundation.

Largest Antenna breakdown 

The world's largest antenna has been broken by information about threats coming from the depths of space, such as asteroids, meteors, etc. This has upset scientists all over the world. The iron cables with which this antenna is connected are also broken.

Scientists around the world are deeply troubled by the world's largest antenna breakdown. This antenna informs scientists about the dangers from space such as Asteroids, Meteors. Due to its breakdown, scientists are now worrying about who will alert about the dangers coming from space to Earth. At the same time, this antenna will be repaired. The iron cables with which this antenna is connected are also breaking.

The world's most powerful telescope has been completely destroyed. Now there is no observatory giving the world news of the alien world and asteroids. This entire antenna has been broken up to 450 feet. Let me tell you that last month, the antenna was damaged due to cable breakage. On Tuesday, the entire tower and the rest of the cable fell on top of the antenna. Because of this, the dish antenna fell into the ground.

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