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There are three radio telescopes designated RT-70, all in countries that were once part of the former Soviet Union, all with similar specifications: 70m dishes and an operating range of 5–300 GHz. The Yevpatoria telescope has also been used as a radar telescope in observations of space debris and asteroids.
With their 70m antenna diameter, they are among the largest radio telescopes in the world.
- the Yevpatoria RT-70 radio telescope at the Center for Deep Space Communications or West Center for Deep Space Communications, Yevpatoria, Crimea
- the Galenki RT-70 radio telescope at the East Center for Deep Space Communications, Galenki (Ussuriysk), Russia
- the Suffa RT-70 radio telescope at the Suffa Radio Observatory on the Suffa plateau, Uzbekistan
- RT-64, a smaller aperture Russian design.
- Yevpatoria RT-70 radio telescope (in Russian)
- Suffa RT-70 radio telescope (in Russian)
- Suffa Radio Observatory in Uzbekistan: progress and radio-seeing research plans
- Russian Space Agency Backs US Asteroid Control Plan (mentions Galenki telescope)
- Don P. Mitchel. Soviet Telemetry Systems. Deep-Space Communication Centers
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