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Home Forums Radio Astronomy Group 13,000 sq mile 'quiet zone' – for a US radio telescope

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    Andy Sawers
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    Interesting (and easily missed) article on the BBC website about the Robert C Byrd Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia – surrounded by 13,000 square miles where there are no mobile phone signals, no microwave ovens allowed, no baby monitors, no wireless doorbells, and even using the hoover is frowned upon.

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