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Home In this illustration, the receiver can be seen suspended over the dish via a system of cables anchored at the crater’s rim. (Vladimir Vustyansky) In this illustration, the receiver can be seen suspended over the dish via a system of cables anchored at the crater’s rim. (Vladimir Vustyansky)

In this illustration, the receiver can be seen suspended over the dish via a system of cables anchored at the crater’s rim. (Vladimir Vustyansky)

In this illustration, the receiver can be seen suspended over the dish via a system of cables anchored at the crater’s rim. (Vladimir Vustyansky)

In this illustration, the receiver can be seen suspended over the dish via a system of cables anchored at the crater’s rim. (Vladimir Vustyansky)

This illustration depicts a conceptual Lunar Crater Radio Telescope on the Moon’s far side. (Vladimir Vustyansky)
As shown in this illustration, DuAxel rovers could anchor the wire mesh from the crater’s rim. (Vladimir Vustyansky)