Arecibo Observatory

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Arecibo Observatory

(Spanish ɑreˈθiβo)
n
(Named Buildings) an observatory in Puerto Rico at which the world's largest dish radio telescope (diameter 305 m) is situated. It is operated by the National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center
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The conference will be held in Puerto Rico and is scheduled to take place at exactly 20 years from when Wolszczan used the 1,000-foot Arecibo radiotelescope to detect three planets orbiting a rapidly spinning neutron star -- the very first discovery of planets outside our solar system.
In the latest discovery, reported in the July 5 NATURE, a research team from the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena identified two additional pulsars in a globular cluster designated Messir 15 by sifting through radio-wave signals captured at the Arecibo radiotelescope in Puerto Rico.
NASDAQ: CYCL) today announced it has reached an agreement to provide connection to Internet2(R) service to the University of Puerto Rico and the Arecibo Radiotelescope.