List of Radio Telescopes - Asia

Asia

Name Location Remarks
Delingha 13.7 m Delingha, Qinghai, China Dish diameter: 13.7 m. Frequency range: 85–115 GHz. Site altitude: 3200 m. Operated by Purple Mountain Observatory.
Sheshan Shanghai, China 25m. Operated by SHAO (Shanghai Astronomical Observatory)
Nanshan 25m Ürümqi, China L/C/S/X band receivers. 70 km south to Ürümqi. Operated by XAO (Xinjiang Astronomical Observatory).
Primeval Structure Telescope (PaST) Xinjiang, China PaST consist an array of some ten-thousand log-periodic antennas spread over several square kilometers. Built in 2004.
Chinese Spectral Radio Heliograph (CSRH) Inner Mongolia, China CSRH is an Interferometry under construction in China. The CSRH will consist of 100 telescopes covering 0.4-15GHz. 40 telescopes of 4.5 m cover 400MHz-2GHz and 60 telescopes of 2 m cover 2-15GHz. CSRH will be one of the world’s largest and most advanced imaging spectroscopy instrument. CSRH will be used to study coronal mass ejections. All the 4.5m telescopes are assembled and the 2m telescopes will be assembled by 2013.
Miyun Synthesis Radio Telescope (MSRT) Miyun, China Array of 28 9-meter dishes.
Miyun 50m Radio Telescope Miyun, China Built in 2005.
Kunming 40m Radio Telescope Kunming, China Built in 2006.
Sheshan 65m Radio Telescope Shanghai, China Built in 2012.
Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT) Pune, India Thirty 45 m wire dishes; largest telescope at meter wavelengths. Operated by the National Centre for Radio Astrophysics.
Ooty Radio Telescope (ORT) Ooty, India approximately 530 m long and 30 m wide operates at 326.5 MHz
Gauribidanur Radio Observatory, Gauribidanur, India Operated by (Indian Institute of Astrophysics),A Radioheliograph operates at the range 40-150 MHz.
Nobeyama radio observatory Nagano Prefecture, Japan A 45m single-dish short-millimetre telescope, and six 10m telescopes of the Nobeyama Millimetre Array (NMA), both operated by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ)
Siberian Solar Radio Telescope (SSRT) Khamar-Daban, Irkutsk, Russia The SSRT is a crossed interferometer, consisting of two arrays of 128x128 parabolic antennas 2.5 meters in diameter each, spaced equidistantly at 4.9 meters and oriented in the E-W and N-S directions. The SSRT is a special-purpose solar radio telescope designed for studying solar activity in the microwave range (5.7 GHz).
Galenki RT-70 radio telescope Galenki (Ussuriysk), Russia RT-70, 70 m telescope, operating range 5–300 GHz
Suffa RT-70 radio telescope Suffa plateau, Uzbekistan RT-70, operating range 5–300 GHz
“Herouni Mirror Radio telescope” - Radio-Optical Telescope (ROT-54/2.6) Orgov village, Republic of Armenia diameter - 54 m (useful - 32) Radio Physical Research Institute

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