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Byrd who represented West Virginia and who pushed the funding of the telescope through Congress.
The Green Bank Telescope operates at meter to millimeter wavelengths.
The telescope began regular science operations in 2001, making it one of the newest astronomical facilities of the US National Science Foundation.
It was constructed following the collapse of a previous telescope at Green Bank, a 90.44 m paraboloid erected in 1962.
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The structure weighs 7,600 metric tons (8,400 short tons) and is 485-foot (148 m) tall.
The surface area of the GBT is a 100 by 110 meter active surface with 2,209 actuators (small motors used to adjust the position) for the 2,004 surface panels, making the total collecting area of 2.3 acres (9,300 m The actuators adjust the panel positions to compensate for sagging, or bending under its own weight, which changes as the telescope moves.
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The location of the telescope within the Radio Quiet Zone allows for the detection of faint radio-frequency signals which man-made signals might otherwise mask.
The observatory borders National Forest land, and the Allegheny Mountains shield it from some radio interference.
The previous telescope collapsed on 15 November 1988 due to the sudden loss of a gusset plate in the box girder assembly, which was a key component for the structural integrity of the telescope. Byrd Green Bank Radio Telescope (GBT) has a collecting area of 2.3 acres (0.93 ha) which focuses the radio waves falling on it onto sensitive receivers at the top of the boom attached to the side.
The telescope sits near the heart of the United States National Radio Quiet Zone, a unique area located in the town of Green Bank, West Virginia, where authorities limit all radio transmissions to avoid emissions toward the GBT and the Sugar Grove Station.
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