The observatory will be equipped with a 12 m telescope and equipment for the recording of cosmic rays beyond 50 TeV. For the latter part, the University of Tokyo has offered co-funding. Another topic will be the search for primary gravitational waves from the early beginnings of the cosmos after big bang”. All features are contained in the present “135” plan and scheduled to align the Ngari observatory with the other two leading observatories in the world, the Mauna Kea observatory in Hawaii and the Paranal observatory in Chile”

CAS news release, September 22, 2017