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Conference

The Arecibo Science Advocacy Partnership (ASAP) hosted a splinter meeting on the third day of the 240th American Astronomical Society conference titled: The Arecibo Observatory: An Engine for Science and Scientists in Puerto Rico and Beyond. The meeting was focused on Education and Public Outreach programs at the Arecibo Observatory and their positive world-wide impact. + Read More

Education

El impacto del colapso del radiotelescopio William E. Gordon en el Observatorio de Arecibo se siente profundamente por el personal de la instalación, los científicos y la isla de Puerto Rico, pero las ondas de la pérdida también se han sentido en todo el mundo. Es por eso que los estudiantes de la Escuela Primaria Magnet Goldsboro en Florida decidieron que "animarían" al personal del Observatorio de Arecibo con cartas llenas de dibujos coloridos y palabras de simpatía y esperanza para el futuro del observatorio. + Read more

Education

The impact from the collapse of the William E. Gordon radio telescope at the Arecibo Observatory is keenly felt by the facility’s staff, scientists, and the island of Puerto Rico, but the ripples of loss have also been felt world-wide. That is why students at the Goldsboro Elementary Magnet School in Florida decided they would “cheer up” the staff at the Arecibo Observatory with letters filled with colorful drawings and words of sympathy and hope for the observatory’s future.  + Read More