Solar Observatory Remains Closed After Mysterious Evacuation. No-One Can Say Why.

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The Richard B. Dunn Solar Telescope, the centerpiece of Sunspot Solar Observatory in New Mexico, has been closed since 6 September, and no one has said why. EFRAIN PADRO/ALAMY STOCK PHOTO

Remote solar observatory remains closed after mysterious evacuation – ScienceMag

New Mexico observatory’s sudden closure sparks wild speculation – Fox News

 

A sign at the entrance to the National Solar Observatory in Sunspot, N.M. The facility has been closed since it was evacuated on Sept. 6. In a state known for secretive military testing and a suspected UFO crash, the incident has spawned a great deal of speculation. (Robert Moore/For The Washington Post)

 

A sign at the entrance to the National Solar Observatory in Sunspot, N.M. The facility has been closed since it was evacuated on Sept. 6. In a state known for secretive military testing and a suspected UFO crash, the incident has spawned a great deal of speculation. (Robert Moore/For The Washington Post)

 

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