In September, China flicked the switch on the world’s largest radio telescope. The unusually large dish in an isolated area of Guizhou province needs radio silence to hone in on potential signs of alien life and distant pulsars, but researchers fear that a huge influx of tourists could be rendering the $180 million…
Construction is well underway on what will become the world’s largest radio telescope. Once complete, the half-kilometer-wide dish will explore the origins of the Universe and scour the skies for signs of extraterrestrial intelligence.
I've just reread the entire plot of Goldeneye thanks to China's Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST), and am now concerned some serious shit might go on down here once it's completed in 2016.