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Arecibo Observatory Space Academy applications are open

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The Arecibo Observatory Space Academy, is recruiting students for its Pre-College Research Program, which provides research opportunities for 9th to 12th grade high school students in Puerto Rico. For more information about the program visit: http://spaceacademyarecibo.wix.com/aosa.  

 

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Puerto Rican scientists featured in Physics journal

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The scientific journal Physics Today, has recently featured an article about research conducted at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.

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Puerto Rican contributions to astronomy highlighted by Physics Today

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The magazine Physics Today recently highlighted the research of Dr. Sixto González at the Arecibo Radiotelescope and the contributions of late Dr. Víctor Blanco, after whom the telescope in Cerro Tololo, Chile is named.

 

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Puerto Rican scientists highlighted in “Physics Today”

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Two recent issues of “Physics Today”, a physics journal published by the American Institute of Physics, highlights the work of three local scientists, Drs. Daniel Altschuler, Sixto González and Víctor Blanco.

 

 

 

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Workshops for science teachers will be offered

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Por Rut N. Tellado Domenech / rtellado@elnuevodia.com

Teachers from across Puerto Rico are invited to participate in the workshops, designed to integrate science and art at the Arecibo Observatory under the ECOAME program.

For more info call Erika M. Guzmán, ECOAME coordinator at 787-766-1717, ext. 6373 o email: emguzman@suagm.edu.

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Physics expert to give public talk about the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, a telescope deep beneath the South Pole

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The Arecibo Observatory will host tomorrow, May 2nd at 1:00pm in its Visitor's Center, Dr. James Madsen, Physics professor from the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Madsen will offer a conference entitled Science at the Extremes: The IceCube Neutrino Observatory, open to the public, about the Observatory and how it studies the universe. The Observatory is located 1-1.5 miles underneath the surface of the South Pole in the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.

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Arecibo Observatory suffers minor damage after earthquake

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Gerardo Cordero / gerardo.cordero@gfrmedia.com

One of the cables supporting the tranmission and reception system of the Arecibo Observatory suffered minor damage after the 6.4 earthquake happened last week in Puerto Rico.

The cable will be reinforced soon.

 

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World renowned Arecibo Observatory celebrates 50 years

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Aurora Rivera Arguinzoni / arivera@elnuevodia.com

The Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, the largest radiotelescope in the world, celebrated 50 years of its installation.

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