Did you know a team of Canadian researchers is building a next-generation telescope capable of measuring light from the earliest moments after the Big Bang?

Led by University of Waterloo professor Michel Fich, the Fred Young Submillimeter Telescope (FYST) is being built high in the mountains of Chile, near the Atacama Desert.

This international project will give astronomers insight into how the stars and galaxies in our universe formed.

Learn more about this fascinating new piece of technology!