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100 hours of astronomy at the Mexican northern border

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The authors thank A. Ortiz-Gil for her guidance, and the IT staff of the Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez. S.P.T.-M. acknowledges the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme for funding support given under grant agreement no. 639459 (PROMISE). I.V.-P. acknowledges L. Binette, Y. Rito, R. Pankayatselvan, J. Butler, R. Walterbos, R. Armendariz and A. Bruce for their support.

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Villicaña-Pedraza, I., Sáenz, J., Saucedo-Morales, J. et al. 100 hours of astronomy at the Mexican northern border. Nat Astron 4, 4–5 (2020).

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