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NASA Merging Galaxies

For the past twelve years, a group of astronomers have been watching the sky carefully, timing pulses of radio waves being emitted by rapidly spinning stars called pulsars, first discovered 50 years ago. These astronomers are interested in understanding pulsars, but their true goal is much more profound; the detection of a new kind of gravitational waves. With a new, more sophisticated analysis, they are much closer than ever before.

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Andrew M. Ortiz

Se anuncia por este medio el nombramiento de Andrew M. Ortiz, como Director Ejecutivo de Centro de Ciencias y Visitantes de la Fundación Ángel Ramos y Co-PI del Observatorio de Arecibo a cargo del componente Education and Public Outreach.

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