India installs fourth-largest telescope at the world's highest observatory
June 20, 2011 | Duration: 3 min, 03 sec
The astronomical observatory at Hanle, Ladakh, has always made Indian scientists proud. Hanle is considered the perfect observing site on earth, having 250 clear nights in a year- it's dry and the monsoon doesn't reach here. And it is now getting ready to install the fourth-largest telescope in the world, after the ones in Namibia, Spain and USA.