Astronomers still reel from losing the iconic Arecibo radio telescope

The collapse of the famous radio telescope in Arecibo Observatory In Puerto Rico last month, astronomers were left with a bunch of questions about what went wrong and what next.

During a virtual event at City Hall held at 237th Congress of the American Astronomical Society On Monday (Jan.11), officials at the National Science Foundation (NSF), which owns the facility, provided a more detailed account up to the date of the events that led to Uncontrolled collapse of the telescope On December 1.

Angelica Johnson

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