Would you believe there’s a place where no one can use a cell phone? Where Wi-Fi is not allowed? Where even finding a radio station can be a difficult task? There’s a town in West Virginia a few hours to south of Pittsburgh where all that is true. Green Bank is a place where you can hear nature. Where you can hear yourself think. And that’s because some very important listening is going on. You see, Green Bank is home to the largest moveable radio telescope in the world. “For people in the immediate area of the telescope, we really need the quiet,” said Jay Lockman from the National Radio Astronomy Observatory. They’re trying to pick up very faint signals from outer space, so people in this small town can’t have some of today’s modern conveniences. Aired on CBS Pittsburgh. See more on CBS Pittsburgh.