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Roadside Attractions New Mexico


UFO Museum and Research Center
Roswell, NM

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In the summer of 1947, a strange object crashed near Roswell, NM. Was it a UFO or a weather balloon as the military claimed?



In Roswell, check out the UFO Museum and Research Center. The museum is a non-profit organization with the mission of education the general public on UFO phenomena. The UFO Museum opened its doors in 1992 and includes information on the Roswell Incident, UFO sighting, Area 51, and other UFO related subject matter. For more information, see the UFO Museum website.

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Very Large Array
Socorro (approximately), NM
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Speaking of UFOs and extraterrestrial life, if detection is made of life on other planets, chances are the Very Large Array (VLA) Just west of Socorro, NM will be involved. The VLA is a famous astronomical radio observatories, consisting of 27 radio telescopes.

(Far right) A close up of one of the VLA's




Clines Corners Travel Center
Clines Corners, NM
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Route 66Head down the southern segment of Route 66 west of Santa Rosa, and you'll see the red and yellow signs of the Clines Corner Travel Center. 08-06








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