Featured Video: The Very Large Array at 40

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Ever wonder how an observatory keeps making new discoveries after 40 years?

When construction finished on the Very Large Array in 1980, it became the most powerful radio observatory in the world. For the past four decades, the VLA has changed the way we see the universe, revealing more of our amazing universe. The VLA continues to teach us about the radio sky, and helps astronomers answer some of the deepest mysteries in astronomy.

Join our host Melissa Hoffman of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory as she talks about the history of the Very Large Array and some of the remarkable objects it has discovered!

Watch the video here.

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Join our host Melissa Hoffman of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory as she talks about the history of the Very Large Array and some of the amazing things it has discovered.
Credit: NRAO/AUI/NSF

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