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Ohio radiotelescope saved.

The radiotelescope belonging to Ohio State University (OSU) that was threatened with destruction (SN: 2/12/83, p. 101) has been spared for at least 10 more years. Originally a joint property of OSU in Columbus and Ohio Wesleyan University (OWU) in Delaware, Ohio, the telescope stands on land that belonged to OWU and was sold to the Green Highlands Ohio General Partnership, which planned to develop the land. By an agreement between OSU and the partnership, OSU will take a 10-year lease on 10 acres on which the telescope stands, with an option of renewing for another 10 years.
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Date:Aug 17, 1985
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