DSS-63

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    Era una adivinanza, pero alguien ya lo sacó... Lee más abajo para saber qué es.

    Espero que te guste. ¡ Los comentarios son bienvenidos!.

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    It was a guess game, but someone won... read below to know what is it.

    Hope you like it, comments are welcomed!

    manolotoledo, Diego Cambiaso, .Melian., and 1 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Manme 103 months ago | reply

      Uhps... ni idea :)

    2. dalbathros 103 months ago | reply

      Pues como no des pistas...

    3. La [PeTiTe] Cerise [deleted] 103 months ago | reply

      hum don't know what it is!! sorry ;)
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    4. Wenspics 103 months ago | reply

      very simple and nice, whatever it is.
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    5. bevcraigwhite 103 months ago | reply

      graphic and minimal.....some interest.... commentsx3

    6. AgusMartin 103 months ago | reply

      Vamos a dar alguna pista:

      No es ningún edificio ni instalación deportiva, aunque pesa 8000 toneladas y mide 70 metros. Está en España, aunque tiene gemelos en Estados Unidos y en Australia.

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      Some clues:

      It is not a building nor sports facilities, but weights 8000 tons and spans 70 meters. It is on Spain, but there are twins in the US and Australia.

    7. Manme 103 months ago | reply

      Qué difícil :P

    8. Hair Bear 103 months ago | reply

      Radio telescope?

    9. lily5555 103 months ago | reply

      un techo de un estadio?

    10. AgusMartin 102 months ago | reply

      Hair Bear got it !!!

      It is the DSS-63 radiotelescope, that is on Robledo de Chavela (Madrid), belonging to the Deep Space Station, a facility that the NASA has in Spain to make the follow-up of satellites and for radar astronomy observations. The twins are in Goldstone (California) and Canberra (Australia), and all have the same measures and weight. This antenna is used mainly to follow the satellites launched to farther planets such as missions Cassini-Huygens, Pioneer, Voyager...

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      ¡¡¡ Hair Bear lo ha acertado !!!

      Es el radiotelescopio DSS-63, que está en Robledo de Chavela (Madrid), como parte de la Deep Space Station, unas instalaciones que la NASA tiene en España para hacer el seguimiento de satélites y para observaciones de radioastronomia. Los gemelos están en Goldstone (California) y Canberra (Australia), y tienen las mismas medidas y peso. Esta antena se usa principalmente para seguir a los satélites lazados a los planetas más lejanos, tales como las misiones Cassini-Huygens, Pioneer, Voyager...

    11. warein.holgado 102 months ago | reply

      wow menuda antena!! me encanta tu foto, minimalista 100 x 100, preciosa!

    12. SoulSense [Oscar Ordenes] 102 months ago | reply

      insisto..
      el toque de minimalismo queda increible!

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