The VLA made the first detection of radio waves coming from the neutron-star collision that generated a ripple of gravitational waves. Radio telescopes will continue to reveal new facts about this phenomenon in the coming months.
Astronomers from a Canadian consortium will develop a data center to perform advanced processing of VLA Sky Survey data to augment its scientific value.
A new record for directly measuring distances within our home Galaxy gives astronomers the ability to finally produce an accurate map of the whole extent of the Milky Way.
ALMA and the Rosetta spacecraft have each detected methyl chloride in space. This intriguing molecule may have interesting astrobiology implications.
The prestigious Chilean business organization ICARE (Instituto Chileno de Administración Racional de Empresas) chose ALMA in its Special Category for its annual award to people, businesses or institutions who stand out for their contribution to business development through business excellence and support for the country’s growth.
The VLBA finds the closest pair of supermassive black holes yet found, orbiting each other at the core of a distant galaxy.
Astronomers have used ALMA to image a delicate bubble of expelled material around the exotic red star U Antliae. These observations will help astronomers to better understand how stars evolve during the later stages of their lives.
A new, all-sky survey uses the expanded capabilities of the VLA to produce a unique and valuable resource for astronomers of all specialties.
NRAO and AUI are launching development of a new radio-telescope system with the advanced capabilities to answer critical scientific questions of the coming decades.
Animated series explains the discoveries enabled by ALMA and the wonders of the invisible universe.