GMRT:- GIANT METERWEB RADIO TELESCOPE
The Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT), situated close Pune (Narayangaon) in India, is a variety of thirty completely steerable illustrative radio telescopes of the 45-meter distance across, seeing at meter wavelengths. It is worked by the National Center for Radio Astrophysics, a piece of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai. At the time it was fabricated, it was the world’s biggest interferometric cluster offering a pattern of up to 25 kilometers (16 mi).
The GMRT is situated around 80 km north of Pune at Khordad. A close-by town is Narayangaon which is around 9 km from the telescope site. The workplace of NCRA is situated in the Savitribai Phule Pune University grounds. One of the goes for the telescope amid its advancement was to look for the very redshifted 21-cm line radiation from primordial impartial hydrogen mists with the end goal to decide the age of system development in the universe. Stargazers from everywhere throughout the world routinely utilize this telescope to watch a wide range of cosmic questions, for example, HII areas, systems, pulsars, supernovae, and Sun and sunlight based breezes.