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30th of October 2015
Welcome to Juan Madrid :)
Juan Madrid comes from Gemini where he was a Science Fellow. The picture above is of Juan in front of Gemini South in Cerro Pachon, Chile. This telescope is located at 2600 m above sea level at the southern end of the Atacama desert, the driest place on Earth. He has done research in extragalactic astronomy in the optical and ultraviolet (with the HST). Juan is very excited about the new capabilities of ASKAP and the opportunity of combining ASKAP's first science data with imaging at other wavelengths.

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