The Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment / Fast Radio Burst (CHIME/FRB)

CHIME is an interferomteric radio telescope that has no moving parts. Originally conceived to map the most abundant element in the universe - hydrogen - over a good fraction of the observable universe, this unusual telescope is optimized to have a high “mapping speed”, which requires a large instantaneous field of view (~200 square degrees) and broad frequency coverage (400-800 MHz).