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Magdalena Teacher, Students Begin Exchange Visit to Chile

Two students and a teacher from Magdalena, New Mexico, have arrived in the Chilean town of San Pedro de Atacama as part of a Sister Cities program sponsored by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) and Associated Universities, Inc. (AUI).

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ALMA Explores the Magnetic Universe

ALMA verifies its outstanding polarimetric capabilities. 

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Stellar Outburst Brings Water Snowline into View

Young star's outburst provides first-ever view of a water snowline.

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NRAO Media Tip Sheet -- July

VLA points to previously unknown galaxy cluster, GBT gets new vision, and ALMA uses double vision.

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ALMA Board Approves Band 1 Receivers

ALMA Band 1 receiver approved by ALMA Board.

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ALMA Observes Most Distant Oxygen Ever

ALMA detects most distant oxygen ever.

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ALMA Sounds, an Interactive Project to Search for a Common Cosmic Language

ALMA Sounds to be featured at Sonar+D Festival.

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First Detection of Methyl Alcohol in a Planet-forming Disk

ALMA detects methanol in TW Hya.

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