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Edgard Rivera-Valentin first visited the Arecibo Observatory as a child. “I definitely remember this feeling of being impressed,” Rivera-Valentin says. “Looking…

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Edgard Rivera-Valentin first visited the Arecibo Observatory as a child.
I definitely remember this feeling of being impressed, Rivera-Valentin says. “Looking at this gigantic telescope … getting to hear about all this good work that was being done … it definitely leaves an impression.” An important science was happening in the back garden of Rivera-Valentins hometown, Arecibo, Puerto Rico, and one day, Rivera-Valentin wanted to be a part of it.
As an adult, Rivera-Valentin returned to the observatory…

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