Moment world’s largest radio telescope collapses

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Moment world’s largest radio telescope collapses” – below is their description.

The radio telescope at Arecibo’s Observatory, Puerto Rico, as seen in the James Bond film GoldenEye, has collapsed.

The shocking footage captures the moment the world’s formerly largest radio telescope’s Gregorian dome, and 900-ton receiver platform crash 400 feet into the reflector dish below.

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