The stars have captured imaginations for as long as man has been looking at the night sky. Chile’s northern region is home to some of the darkest, clearest night skies, making it an ideal place for stellar observation. We take you to Cerro Tololo Observatory, nestled in the Elqui Valley and beneath the center of the Milky Way Galaxy. Here international researchers are uncovering the secrets of the universe including the biggest and most fundamental question, how did it all begin?
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Wallace Bourg dijo:
Northern Chile has the most driest desert in the World ~ the desert is called Atacama ~ The biggest city close by is La Serena ~ Germany was in the fore front knowing this would be wonderful place for Telescopes clear skies as no where else and in the middle of the Milky way .
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Luisa Esposito dijo:
Ok. I been there. Superb.
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Ximena Roxana Castillo Perinetti dijo:
Ahi trabaja mi primo, my cousin works there.
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Josephine Patino dijo:
I have been in there few times ...love It!!
Alan Moran dijo:
Northern chile and knockbridge. It's a well known fact.
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Julio Costa dijo:
Muito legal Maka ;)
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