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It was the brightest and closest supernova since the invention of the telescope some four centuries earlier, and just about every observatory turned to take a look.
A lucky celestial lineup means that dozens of other observatories will be trained on the sun at the same time.
“Webb is the world’s most complex space observatory and our top science priority, and we’ve worked hard to keep progress moving during the pandemic,” Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, said this year.
The observatory would take images of the radio universe fifty times crisper than any other telescope.
As an adult, Rivera-Valentín returned to the observatory to work as a planetary scientist, using Arecibo to map the shapes and motions of potentially dangerous near-Earth asteroids.
The blue and green dots are brightness measurements from ground-based observatories.
The observatory usually observes distant galaxies, but Honniball convinced SOFIA’s handlers to swing their instruments toward the moon for the first time.
Giaime, the head of the Livingston operation, guesses that fewer than half the coauthors of the paper ever set foot in one of the observatory sites, because their role didn’t require it.
Ironically, the reason such lunar observatories could arrive sooner than later is the same reason SETI might need them in the first place.
Most of us can’t resist taking a few moments during a busy visit to a remote observatory to drink in our surroundings.

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