New Mexico Art Tells its History

Astronomy and Space

From ancient Native American observatories at Chaco Canyon to modern day facilities such as the Very Large Array Astronomical Radio Observatory, New Mexico’s clear skies and high altitudes have provided an ideal location to study the skies.

Related Art

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Pueblo BonitoMoonset - BelcherFavorite Objects: Space Suit - BoltanskiVery Large Array, near MagdalenaStar Axis, Looking North 1/6 - Ranney

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