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Astronomical Observatory Los Molinos
Montevideo

The Astronomical Observatory Los Molinos (OALM) depends on the area of Innovation, Science and Technology, Ministry of Education and Culture of Uruguay.

It is administered in conjunction with the University of the Republic through a cooperative agreement.

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