Arecibo Observatory Platform Tour

Ride the Cable Car and explore the focus platform of the largest radio telescope in the world! ¡Da un paseo a teleférico y explore la plataforma del foco del Observatorio de Arecibo, el telescopio más grande del mundo!

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The World's Largest Radio Telescope / Arecibo Observatory / Puerto Rico
The Arecibo Observatory is a radio telescope in the municipality of Arecibo, Puerto Rico. This observatory is operated by SRI International, USRA and UMET, under cooperative agreement with the National Science Foundation (NSF). This observatory is also called the National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center, although "NAIC" refers to both the observatory and the staff that operates it. From its construction in the 1960s until 2011, the observatory was managed by Cornell University. The observatory's 1,000 ft (305 m) radio telescope is the world's largest single-aperture telescope. It is used in three major areas of research: radio astronomy, aeronomy, and radar astronomy. Scientists who want to use the telescope submit proposals that are evaluated by an independent scientific board. The telescope has made appearances in motion picture and television productions and got more recognition in 1999 when it began to collect data for the SETI@home project. It has been listed on the American National Register of Historic Places beginning in 2008. It was the featured listing in the National Park Service's weekly list of October 3, 2008. The center was named an IEEE Milestone in 2001. JOIN VSP GROUP PARTNER PROGRAM: https://youpartnerwsp.com/ru/join?90063





An Insider's Tour of the Arecibo Observatory - 07 July 2011 (CC)
Closed captioned in English, French, Italian, & Spanish. Subtítulos en español, frances, inglés e italiano. Sous-titres en Inglés, français, italien et espagnol. Sottotitoli in Inglés, francese, italiano e spagnolo. Presented at the 2014 ARRL Pacificon Regional Centennial Convention, 2013 Pacificon and 2012 ARRL National Convention by Dr. Carol Milazzo KP4MD and Roger Cain KI6FYF, and co-presented at the 2011 Pacificon Convention with Nobel Prize Laureate Dr. Joseph Taylor, K1JT and his "EME DXpedition to Arecibo", this is the 40-minute video "An Insider Tour of the Arecibo Observatory." Filmed on 7 July, 2011, retired engineer Bob Zimmerman, NP4B, narrates an exclusive inside look into the communications technology and workings of this famous world's largest radio telescope in Puerto Rico, The National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center. http://www.naic.edu Presentato alla convenzione 2014 ARRL Pacificon Centennale Regionale 2013 ed alla Convenzione Pacificon Nazionale dell'ARRL in 2012 dalla dottoressa Carol Milazzo, KP4MD, e Roger Cain, KI6FYF, e co-presentato alla Convenzione Pacificon 2011 col vincitore del premio Nobel, il Dr. Joseph Taylor, K1JT e la sua "EME DXpedition a Arecibo", questo è il video di 40 minuti "An Insider Tour del Osservatorio di Arecibo." Girato in data 7 luglio 2011, l'ingegnere in pensione Bob Zimmerman, NP4B, narra una occhiata esclusiva all'interno nella funzione e la tecnologia delle comunicazioni di questo famoso radiotelescopio a Porto Rico, il Centro Nazionale dell'Astronomia ed Ionosfera. Index: 04:50 The Electronics Laboratory; 07:10 The Cryogenics Laboratory; 11:17 Historical Photos of the Observatory; 14:56 The 430 MHz Transmitter Room; 19:21 The Receiver Room; 21:15 430 MHz Transmitter Control Console; 22:45 The Control Room; 25:15 The Platform; 27:07 430 MHz Waveguide; 27:55 The Cable Car; 29:24 The Reflector; 37:20 EME DXpedition; 38:10 SETI; 39:23 Credits Staff in order of appearance: 06:10 Rodriguez, Jorge - Electronics - Motion and Control Manager 06:32 Urbain, Denis - Electronics - Microwave Receivers Specialist 21:45 Negron, Victor - Electronics - Electronics Tech. IV 22:50 Gonzalez, Elliot - Telescope Operations - Systems Operator I 26:50 Portalatin, Wilfredo - Telescope Operations - Staff Operations Tech.





Arecibo Uncut: First Visit to the Platform & Dome with Dana Whitlow
@spenchdotnet | http://twitter.com/spenchdotnet During my time at the Arecibo Radio Observatory being part of the Away Team for the ISEE-3 Reboot Project: http://www.rockethub.com/42228





Arecibo Observatory
SETI@home Science Arecibo Observatory has produced a new short (~18 minute) video detailing the history of the observatory, how experiments are conducted and ideas for the future. 세티앳홈 아레시보 전파망원경, 전파천문대에 관한 영상




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