Why Chinese Scientists Turn Down Six-Figure Offers From World’s Largest Filled-Aperture Radio Telescope FAST?

China's radio telescope site FAST kick-starts its trial operation in September 2016 in southwestern China's Guizhou province.

The world’s largest filled-aperture radio telescope, located in a remote basin in Pingtang County, Guizhou province in southweast China, is facing a somewhat unexpected problem: Not being able to hire qualified scientists to work at the awe-inspiring site, despite offering generous six-figure packages and five-star hotel accommodations.

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