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|Gran Telescopio Milimetrico|
|Cumbre del Tliltépetl|
Tliltepetl (Puebla) Mexico
| - science|
| - communication|
| - observation|
| - highrise|
| - tower|
| - steel|
| - concrete, reinforced|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|By position||200 ft||GTM page|
|Height of The Support Structure|
|Top floor||23 ft|
|Height of The Support tower|
Built at 4600m upper the sea level, 120Km from Puebla City, 250Km from Mx City.
Designed by UMass(USA) & INAOE(Mx) to receive electromagnetic waves from 1 to 4 mm of wide, Supervised by Antedo Inc.(USA), Antenna designed by MAN Technologie(Germany), foundation designed by Grupo DIRAC(Mx), Excavation STAG(Mx) & Bauer(Germany). Concrete conic tower built by Cosmos(Mx), Azimuthal ball by Rothe Erde(Germany), assembled by Adriann's(Mx), rail by VATech (Switzeland) optimized by Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL/NASA) & SLV Duisburg (USA), 2.6m Secondary reflex element by Composite Optics Inc.(USA)
Reference image: http://www.lmtgtm.org/gtm/images/sitepics05032006/IMG_0639.jpg
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