by ThunderboltsProject
December 11, 2020

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December 1, 2020:


A huge radio telescope in Puerto Rico that has long played a key role in astronomical discoveries collapsed on Tuesday, officials said.


The Arecibo Observatory, made famous as the backdrop for a pivotal scene in the James Bond film "GoldenEye" and other Hollywood hits, had been shuttered since August after an auxiliary cable snapped and caused a 100-foot gash on the reflector dish.


Then the main cable broke in early November, leading the National Science Foundation to declare that it planned to close the radio telescope because the damage was too great.

In this Space News, Dr. Michael Clarage reminisces about his research at the Arecibo Observatory where he spent the summers of 1985-86 studying binary pulsars as an undergraduate.


Dr. Clarage has lectured on discoveries in the areas of fractional calculus, fractals, and chaotic systems.


In 2014, he joined The SAFIRE Project team and has spoken at several Electric Universe conferences on that topic.



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