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The Arecibo Lighthouse and Observatory, (pic shown) built by the Spainards in 1898, is still in use today and was automated in 1964.
Listening to Space
Here is a short photo journal of my day at the National Science Foundation's Space listening post in the hills of NW Puerto Rico. This is the world's largest radar/radio telescope. Here scientists...
La Villa del Capitan Correa
Arecibo, one of the oldest cities of Puerto Rico, is a beutiful town with lots of charm and history. It's narrows streets are home to some historic and beautiful buildings. The historical center is......
Now That's a Telescope
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Arecibo Observatory - Worth Seeing!
A very interesting place to visit! It's definately worth the 1.5 hour long car ride to get there from San Juan.
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