ALMA: Searching For Stars On The Edge of Earth

Apr 15, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: International Business Times

I arrive at the secretive ALMA observatory in Chile's northern frontier immediately following a weeks-long torrent of rain that swamped the "driest place on earth," blanketing the Andean peaks in white and coating the land in electric-green desert shrub.

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Borders between countries, are bad for science and for technology.

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