Astronomers have used new capabilities of the National Science Foundation’s Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) to open a whole new realm of research into how galaxies evolve and interact with their surroundings over cosmic time.
Astronomers use ALMA to find new evidence of infant planets.
ALMA sees cometary debris, VLBA samples of young radio galaxies, and NRAO engineering achievements.
ACEAP ambassadors prepare for Chilean excursion.
ALMA measures mass of black hole with extreme precision.
Associated Universities, Inc, and the National Radio Astronomy Observatory have awarded the 2016 Jansky Lectureship to Professor Jacqueline van Gorkom of Columbia University in New York City.
2015 Robert Brown Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award
ALMA image hides signs of a dwarf dark galaxy.
NANOGrav provides insights into galaxy mergers.
ALMA uncovers planet formation at 1 AU around young star.