Stanford Dish Topo Map

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Long a favorite escape for students and faculty of nearby Stanford University, this paved loop features great views and its namesake radio telescope. An urban hike with stunning views, the Dish also offers escape. The adjacent campus of Stanford University is lovely and crisscrossed with walking paths, but it’s still the campus. To get away, students have been heading to the 2,500-acre open space at the Dish for decades. The Dish went up long before storied Stanford University became a player in the silicon revolution. The massive radio telescope was built in the mid-1960s, at the height of the Cold War, to detect “atmospheric nuclear bomb blasts,” according to a brief history published by the Stanford Historical Society.
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Palo Alto, California

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