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ope (FAST), the world's largest single-dish radio telescope, will have with a new receiver installed to boost its efficiency in surveying the sky.

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The 19-beam L-band receiver, first of its kind worldwide, is expected to be put into use in early June and it will increase FAST's survey speed by f

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ive to six times, according to Friday's Science and Technology Daily.The receiver was jointly developed by scientists from China and Australia.

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It weighs 1.2 tons and cost over 20 million yuan (about $3.14 million).Jin Chengjin, c

hief engineer of FAST's receiver system, said the new receiver has the highest sensitivity and will greatly improve FAST's efficiency in searching for new pul

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sars and spectral lines.Located in a natural, deep round karst depression in Guizhou province, South

west China, FAST is believed to be the world's most sensitive radio telescope.Its tasks include observation of pulsars, exploration of interstellar molecules, and monitoring interstellar communication signals.As Tiangong-1 re-entered the Earth's at

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mosphere on Monday, Chinese bid farewell

to the experimental space lab, which is regarded as a pioneer of China's

future space station.The space lab re-entered the Earth's atmosphere at around 8

:15 a.m. on Monday over the South Pa

cific, and was mostly burnt up in the atmosphere, the China Manned Space

Engineering Office (CMSEO) said.Launched at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center

in northwest China on Sept. 29, 201

1, Tiangong-1 was tasked to test the technologies in rendezvous and dock

ing between spacecraft and to accumulate experience for developing a space station

.It had successfully docked with Shenz

hou-8, Shenzhou-9 and Shenzhou-10 spacecraft, and was visited by six astro

nauts, including two females.In June 2013, female astronaut Wang Yaping aboard T

iangong-1 delivered a lecture to student

s on Earth about physics, inspiring public enthusiasm for science and spac

e exploration.Tiangong-1Tiangong-1 was in service for four and a half years,

two and a half years longer than it

s designed life, making important contributions to China's manned space

cause, paving the way for China to become the third country in the world to build

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