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ALMA Reveals Cradles of Dense Massive Molecular Cores

Researchers using ALMA studied cradles of dense cores where massive stars may form.

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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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NRAO and Mini-Circuits Forge New Partnership

NRAO and Mini-Circuits entered into a licensing agreement to use NRAO-developed technology.

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ALMA Progress

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

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ALMA Cycle 3 Call for Proposals Attracts Record Number of Applications

ALMA Cycle 3 proposal submissions a rousing success.

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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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Proto Super Star Cluster

ALMA finds first example ever of globular cluster about to be born.

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Pulsar with Widest Orbit Ever Detected

Students using the GBT discover pulsar with amazingly wide orbit around neutron star.

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2015 Class for ¬ĎAstronomy in Chile Educator Ambassadors Program¬í

NRAO and its ACEAP partners select 2015 education ambassadors.

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Strange Supernova is 'Missing Link' in Gamma-Ray Burst Connection

Astronomers using the National Science Foundation's Very Large Array (VLA) have found a long-sought 'missing link' between supernova explosions that generate gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) and those that don't. The scientists found that a stellar explosion seen in 2012 has many characteristics expected of one that generates a powerful burst of gamma rays, yet no such burst occurred.

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ALMA Reveals Intense Magnetic Field Close to Supermassive Black Hole

ALMA reveals powerful magnetic field near black hole.

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