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Borinquen

The Cipriano Manrique's First Grade school students enjoyed an astronomical observation in Urb. Borinquen Valley of Caguas, Puerto Rico on Saturday night September 24, 2016 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. These small astronomy enthusiasts were able to observe and contemplate the rings of the planet Saturn and its moon Titan seen of telescope by amateur Astrophotographer and communicator in astronomy Fernando Roquel Torres while Professor Erica Correa Felix explained the students about meteorites that took for activity.

Many parents marveled as the king of the rings could be seen through the telescope as the planet was identified in the sky with the naked eye. About 50 people showed up for the astronomical activity. All students "stickers" NASA Give away.

 

Officially, they proclaimed the students "Small Amateur Astronomers" by Professor Correa and Fernando Roquel Torres.

 

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