After being closed for 10 days thereafter, It is necessary to resume on Monday.
Observatory of Sacramento Peak nearbyAfter visiting the FBI earlier this month, it was liquidated with a handful of local offices and nearby houses. Evacuation explanation is not given to the observer's employees or local law enforcement agencies.
In a statement last week, AURA spokesperson Shary Lipson said, "The Astronomy Research University (AURA), which manages the installation, is currently addressing security concerns."
The FBI has not yet responded to the request for additional information.
Lack of detail led to the wave of speculation and conspiracy theory. The Internet was trying to find out whether the federal government is trying to hide evidence of strangers and near-term solar flares.
On Sunday, Lifson sent a follow-up version that excludes such a description from the world.
"AURA is cooperating in law enforcement research on criminal behavior at Sacramento Peak," he said. Meanwhile, I was worried that a person suspected of investigation might threaten the safety of the local staff and the residents … AURA is to secure the safety of moving a small number of employees and residents to the site It was judged that it was the most prudent and effective measure of the situation. "
The lack of information on the closure of the observatory was necessary for security reasons …
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