The discovery began with images from a British telescope, confirmed by the big radio-telescope at Arecibo, Puerto Rico
.: Discovery of 139 exploding stars adds to understanding of universe:Scientists have heralded another breakthrough in our understanding of the universe with a discovery of 139 exploding stars.
For years, Eaton's Cutler-Hammer business produced industrial circuit breakers at its plant in Arecibo, Puerto Rico
. All 3,500 different models of finished breakers were then shipped to a warehouse in Duncan, S.C.
THE PHILADELPHIA ARCHDIOCESE is taking on responsibility for a mission parish outside its borders -- in the Arecibo, Puerto Rico
Scientists used the world's largest radio telescope, a 305-meter (1,000-foot)-diameter dish in Arecibo, Puerto Rico
, to transmit a radio signal 1 million miles away toward the site where SOHO should have been.
Last week scientists succeeded in getting a fix on the probe using the 990ft diameter radio telescope at Arecibo, Puerto Rico
, as a giant radar.
Last week scientists launched an attempt to find Soho using the 990ft- diameter radio telescope at Arecibo, Puerto Rico
. A signal was transmitted from the dish, which is built into a natural hollow and uses the rotation of the Earth to scan the sky, in the general direction of the probe.
There the Phoenix scientists plan to continue scanning likely stars until 1998, when the program is scheduled to move on to the giant 1,000-foot dish at Arecibo, Puerto Rico
(SETI scientists need the time between now and then to upgrade the digital receiving instruments developed by NASA.) The project will then return to observatories in the Northern Hemisphere--fast to the largest radio telescope in the world, the 1,000-foot-diameter telescope in Arecibo, Puerto Rico
Not content to listen passively, operators of the 300-meter radiotelescope at Arecibo, Puerto Rico
, sent a coded message late in 1974 toward Messier 13, a globular cluster in the vicinity of the Milky Way.
From Arecibo, Puerto Rico
, to the Atacama Desert of Chile, powerful optical and radio telescopes scan the distant heavens for planets and quasars, probing for clues to the origins of the universe and searching for signs of extraterrestrial life.