Published: March 18, 2021 By

 One-Of-A-Kind Lunar Observatory Screen Shot with Jack BurnsFrom The Tundra: Lunar Resources, Inc., of Houston, Texas, and the University of Colorado Boulder are launching a new research effort to lay the groundwork for a one-of-a-kind lunar radio astronomy observatory called the Lunar Farside Radio Observatory, or FarView—a network of hundreds of miles of antennas constructed on the far side of the moon using materials harvested from the lunar surface itself. Jack Burns, a professor in the departments of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences and Physics at CU Boulder, developed the concept for the unprecedented observatory. Watch the video.