NASA proposes building a massive radio space telescope on the far side of the moon, which would be the largest space telescope ever constructed, providing insights into the early universe and more.

The James Webb Space Telescope began sending unprecedented images of the universe last year.

Radio telescopes can detect signals from hydrogen atoms in the primordial universe that other telescopes can't.

NASA plans to use a crater on the far side of the moon as a natural dish for the telescope.

Engineers aim to minimize weight by using wire meshes and lightweight materials like carbon fiber.

The telescope would study hydrogen formations in the universe, helping refine models of star formation and the universe's cooling after the Big Bang.

Communication relays will be needed to send data from the moon to Earth.

The project could cost $2.4 billion, significantly less than the James Webb Telescope, and provide valuable scientific data.

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