We’re constantly learning more about our own world and the universe in which we live in – and all thanks to advances in science.
We use different technologies to learn more about how the universe came to be, making observations about distant galaxies and worlds .
But as we look at new photos from the Hubble telescope, or view exciting images taken from the Mars rover we sometimes forget that other countries are also hard at work at this “science” stuff in different way.
Take for example China, that is now in advanced stages of building the world’s largest Radio telescope.
When completed it will be 500 meters (1500 feet) in diameter, and – as this drone footage shows – that means it’ll be gigantic!