Aerial Video Shows Damage After Arecibo Radio Telescope Collapses | NBC News NOW

The telescope’s 900-ton receiver fell into the 1,000-foot wide reflector dish after cables holding it snapped. The famed telescope was used to study distant planets and find asteroids and also held a special place in pop culture.
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Aerial Video Shows Damage After Arecibo Radio Telescope Collapses | NBC News NOW

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