Vietnam’s largest observatory to open in Q2

Created 11 January 2019
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A new ground-based observatory is slated for opening in quarter 2 of 2019 in Hanoi, ushering in an important stage in the country’s astronomical research.
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The observatory is located in the Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park in Thach That district, Hanoi
It is managed by the Vietnam National Space Centre
The location boasts the hitherto largest optical telescope in Vietnam, measuring 0.5 metres in diameter
The telescope’s movement is synchronized with the observatory’s automatically controlled dome
It equipped with astronomical telescope camera and a high-resolution optical spectrum analyzer
The facility also features a space in which astronomical images on a dome-shaped screen with the diameter of 12 metres

The facility also features a space in which astronomical images on a dome-shaped screen with the diameter of 12 metres
The images are shown by six high-definition projectors able to provide 3D effects
The images are shown by six high-definition projectors able to provide 3D effects

The images are shown by six high-definition projectors able to provide 3D effects
The space houses 100 seats for people who can observe space or watch movies about planets, stars and history of the earth


Source: VNA - Bridge

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