20th anniversary of a Nobel Prize, made in Puerto Rico

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What do Albert Einstein and the Arecibo Observatory have in common? Twenty-years ago Joseph Taylor and Russell Hulse won a Nobel Prize for their discovery of pulsars, using the Arecibo Observatory to detect these binary stars. This discovery offered evidence of Einstein's theory of relativity.


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