WiFi Is Illegal in This American Town. (And Yes, People Actually Live There.)

It’s the first of October and Route 92 into town is lined with trees dressed with greens, oranges, and yellows. Autumn is refreshingly crisp and colorful here in Green Bank, West Virginia. The road winds and curves past a convenience store, a school, a library, and a post office. There are no shopping plazas, fast food restaurants, office buildings, or apartment complexes here. There’s also no cell service.

What is here, though, is one of the world’s most important facilities for the understanding of our universe.

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