Live: World-class astronomy base under construction in NW China – Ep.9

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A world-class astronomical observatory is under construction in the town of Lenghu, northwest China’s Qinghai Province. Experts say the complex is expected to provide key support in developing optical astronomy, planetary science and deep space exploration in China. #streamingChina #astronomy

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