We are back!!!!The Science and Visitor Center will open its door to the public starting on Wednesday, June 24.
Click the link below to book your visit and read the safety measures that we are taking to ensure a great experience during these hard times.
Download our AO Activity Booklet for FREE
We're sharing a digital version of our AO Activity Booklet so you can print your own copy at home and have fun with Greg during this time of social distancing! Share what you've done and tag us!
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GBO/AO Single Dish and Observer Training Workshops
NEW DATES: This year the Arecibo and Green Bank Observatories will conduct virtual Observer Training Workshops between October 13th and 16th.Read More
Colloquium on March
The upcoming colloquium with Dr. Tim Kennedy was postponed. Abstract
Currently there are more than 20,000 objects, approximately 10 cm and larger, tracked by the U.S. Space Surveillance Network (SSN). Due to the approximate power law relationship between the number of objects on orbit and the characteristic size of orbital debris... Read More
Galaxy eShop: Get your favorite souvenirs from AO including t-shirts, mugs, cellphone cases...
REU Students’ Research & Presentations
Transforming the Arecibo Observatory into a Classroom
Arecibo Observatory re-enters VLBI network with 21st-century backend
NANOGrav Meeting Hosted at UCF
AO Colloquium: Dr. Alain Herique
AO Colloquium: Dr. Michael Denton
AO Science at AAS, AOGS
Pulsar Astronomy and Physics at the Arecibo Observatory with Dr. Joanna Rankin
AO helps detect Magnetar in the Cow
REU Student Mishaal Jan Publishes Summer Research Study about Massive Star Forming Region