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Getting to the Atacama Large Millimeter/Sub-millimeter Array (ALMA) radio observatory is done via road. The nearest town with lodging is San Pedro de Atacama, a town of about 3900 people at an altitude of 2400m (7900 feet). Getting to San … Continue reading
Our arrival on Cerro Tololo was late in the afternoon after a full day up at Cerro Pachon and the Gemini South campus. While the two mountaintops are relatively close to each other (10km), it takes hours to get from … Continue reading
Gemini South is one of a two part observatory system, the Gemini Observatory. The northern counterpart is at Hilo, Hawaii, while the southern telescope is located on Cerro Pachón, a 2682m (8799 feet) tall mountain in Chile. This is one large … Continue reading
One of the things I like to do when traveling is to take photos that give an overall perspective to the surroundings. While this is getting to be easier with cell phones and their build-in 3D and spherical photography applications, … Continue reading