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ALMA Opens For Public Visits

ALMA’s Operations Support Facility will open its doors to the public.

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New AUI website has launched!

Associated Universities, Inc. has recently launched a brand new website. Click "Read more" to view it now!

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IMAGE RELEASE: Mysterious Phenomena in a Gigantic Galaxy-Cluster Collision

Researchers using the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) have produced the most detailed image yet of a fascinating region where clusters of hundreds of galaxies are colliding, creating a rich variety of mysterious phenomena visible only to radio telescopes.

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ALMA Progress

Observations requiring C34-7 will be made after the next austral summer.

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Image Release: Venus Revealed in Radio Light

GBT partners with Arecibo to reveal the hidden surface of Venus.

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VLITE First Fringes

The Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) and NRAO have successfully teamed to obtain first fringes on the Very Large Array (VLA) Low Frequency and Ionosphere Transient Experiment (VLITE).

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ALMA Gains New Capability in First Successful VLBI Observation

ALMA achieves "first light" VLBI observation.

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Pockets of Calm Protect Molecules around a Supermassive Black Hole

ALMA finds pockets of complex organic molecules around supermassive black hole.

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Why Do Starburst Galaxies Burst? ALMA Sees Super Stellar Nurseries at Heart of Sculptor Galaxy

ALMA dissects NGC 253 to better understand starburst.

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NRAO and STARGATE Collaboration to Spur Innovation: MOU Launches New Initiative

NRAO and CARA at UT Brownsville signed an MOU to collaborate on new technology initiatives.

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VLA Finds Unexpected "Storm" at Galaxy's Core

Astronomers using the National Science Foundation's Very Large Array (VLA) found surprisingly energetic activity in what they otherwise considered a "boring" galaxy, and their discovery provides important insight on how supermassive black holes can have a catastrophic effect on the galaxies in which they reside.

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