Comparing data from VLA sky surveys made some two decades apart revealed that the black hole-powered “engines” at the cores of some distant galaxies have launched new, superfast jets of material during the interval between the surveys.
New VLA images show how the crowded environment of a cluster of galaxies affects the individual galaxies, helping astronomers better understand some of the complex details of such an environment.
The Very Large Array Sky Survey (VLASS) is an ambitious project to make a high-resolution radio map of nearly…
ALMA telescope conducts largest survey yet of distant galaxies in the early universe
New radio images from ALMA show for the first time the direct effect of volcanic activity on the atmosphere of Jupiter’s moon Io.
Join our host Melissa Hoffman as she talks about the history of the VLA and some of the remarkable objects it has discovered!