Studies with the VLA indicate that roughly half of the massive black holes in dwarf galaxies are not in the centers of those galaxies. This gives astronomers new insights into the conditions in which similar black holes formed and grew in the early history of the Universe.
An international team of astronomers used ALMA to create the most detailed image yet of the gas surrounding two supermassive black holes in a merging galaxy.
Thousands of galaxies are visible in this radio image made with the MeerKAT telescope. The numerous faint dots are distant galaxies like our own Milky Way, that have never been observed in radio light before.
By looking at Jupiter in radio light, ALMA and the VLA reveal a world hidden by its layers of clouds.
The NRAO has awarded three contracts for the conceptual design of the 18m antenna for the next-generation Very Large Array (ngVLA).
Astronomers using ALMA have spotted the light of a massive galaxy seen only 970 million years after the Big Bang!