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ALMA Detects Star-Forming Clouds in Normal Galaxy in Early Universe

Astronomers using ALMA detected the most distance star-forming clouds in normal galaxies in the early Universe. 

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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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Green Bank Telescope Joins 'Breakthrough Listen'

GBT receives funding to join search for intelligent life in Universe.

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ALMA Progress

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

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ALMA Greatly Improves Capacity to Search for Water in Universe

New ALMA Band 5 receivers achieve first fringes.

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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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Image Release: Radar Observations Shine New Light on Near-Earth Asteroid

Summer school astronomers image near-Earth asteroid.

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ALMA Detects First Traces of Carbon 'Smog' Permeating Atmospheres of Early Galaxies

ALMA detected ionized carbon in bevy of early galaxies.

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Magnetic-Field Discovery Gives Clues to Galaxy Formation Processes

Astronomers making a detailed, multi-telescope study of a nearby galaxy have discovered a magnetic field coiled around the galaxy's main spiral arm.

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ALMA Weighs Supermassive Black Hole at Center of Distant Spiral Galaxy

ALMA weighs black hole at the center of NGC 1097.

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VLA Reveals Bashful Black Hole in Neighboring Galaxy

Thanks to the extraordinary sensitivity of the Karl G Jansky Very Large Array (VLA), astronomers have detected what they believe is the long-sought radio emission coming from a supermassive black hole at the center of one of our closest neighboring galaxies.

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