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The Very Large Array

Presentation #119.01 in the session Radio Astronomy in New Mexico.

Published onJul 01, 2023
The Very Large Array

The Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) is one of the world’s most scientifically productive telescopes. Located in west-central New Mexico, the array of 28 (27 + 1 spare) 25-m diameter antennas work together as a very flexible instrument, offering powerful observational capabilities in the centimeter-wavelength range of the radio sky. In this talk, I will present science highlights, array status, current capabilities, status of key initiatives, and a look into the future.

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