This astronomical observatory transforms a small country in Eastern Europe into an asteroid observatory

Most of the asteroids that threaten our planet can be seen by NASA -sponsored telescopes. The second place is now for Hungary, a small country of Eastern Europe with at least 10 million people.

This unexpected importance was largely attributed to one man – Krisztián Sárneczky – an astronomer who made headlines last month on seeing a small object. a wide rock that is about to touch the Earth. Sárneczky’s mission, however, was accomplished against many challenges. For one, the sky over Hungary can cover up to 190 days a year, according to and Weather Atlas (opens on new page). It will be about half a year old to look at.

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