Arecibo


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A·re·ci·bo

 (ä′rə-sē′bō)
A city of northern Puerto Rico on the Atlantic Ocean. It is the site of an observatory with the world's largest radio telescope.

A•re•ci•bo

(ˌɑr əˈsi boʊ)

n.
a seaport in N Puerto Rico. 90,960.
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Army Corps of Engineers said today that "achieving 95% restoration in areas with challenging terrain like Arecibo and Caguas, will take until mid-April and late-May respectively.
Crew members from OG&E are assigned to the Arecibo region along with crews from Dallas-based Oncor and Houston-based CenterPoint Energy.
The government of Puerto Rico and FEMA re-opened the Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) in Arecibo.
com/NAICobservatory/status/944592458230484992) Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico used its radio telescope to keep an eye on asteroid 3200 Phaethon during its close approach to the planet, creating radar images that revealed new features of the space rock.
This giant dish at Arecibo Observatory has been listening to the skies for half a century, but it's under threat from funding cuts.
WELL KNOWN TO the general public through the Hollywood films Contact and GoldenEye, the 53-year-old radio telescope at Arecibo, Puerto Rico, continues to do cutting-edge science that no other facility can match.
FAST is only rivaled by the next-largest radio telescope, the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.
com)-- Packaging Partners, a manufacturer and distributor of industrial packaging products based in Lawrence, MA, recently installed a production line at its Arecibo, Puerto Rico facility.
AIAC will retain the approximately 200 Merck employees at the Arecibo facility.
Noemi Torres Correa, 67WORCESTER - Noemi Torres Correa, 67 of Worcester, formerly of Arecibo, Puerto Rico, passed away peacefully on Saturday, February 7, 2015 at home surrounded by her loving family after a battle with breast cancer.
Merck said it will consolidate formulation operations at its plant in the north coast city of Arecibo with another plant in the eastern city of Las Piedras, with those operations being transferred to a third party by the end of 2016.
Gordon Telescope at the Arecibo Observatory, a radio astronomy facility of the US National Science Foundation sited in Puerto Rico.