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In his own words: Joseph Taylor and a Nobel prize made in Puerto Rico

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Arecibo Observatory. Photo: naic.edu

In 1974, a young astrophysics college professor sent his even younger doctoral student to spend several weeks in Arecibo, a city some 50 miles west of San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico. This northern city is the site of the world's largest single-dish radio telescope, known as the Arecibo Observatory.

Further detriment to SACNAS Conference from government shutdown

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FURTHER DETRIMENT TO SACNAS CONFERENCE FROM GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN

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