Subaru Telescope

Subaru Telescope is the 8.2-meter flagship telescope of the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, located at the Mauna Kea Observatory on Hawaii. It is named after the open star cluster known in English as the Pleiades. It had the largest monolithic primary mirror in the world from its commissioning until 2005.

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Subaru Telescope shatters limit, observes supermassive black holes in the early Universe

Subaru Telescope discovers 'King Ghidorah': the most massive galaxy supercluster ever

Subaru Telescope can now Analyze 2,400 Galaxies Simultaneously

An exoplanet has been discovered by Subaru Telescope. The planet, Ross 508b, is a super-Earth and is located near the habitable zone. Such a planet may be able to retain water on its surface

Subaru Telescope Captures Rare Meteor Outburst

Next Target Asteroid for Hayabusa2 Photographed by Subaru Telescope

Subaru Telescope Captures Images of Near-Earth Asteroid 1998 KY26

The Subaru Telescope photographs the next target asteroid for Hayabusa2