Take a virtual trip to the Very Large Array in New Mexico with guided video tours and behind-the-scenes excursions.
The VLA is the most advanced radio telescope array on Earth, a customizable interferometer that spans up to 22 miles across.
The VLA can detect and image radio galaxies, their powerful jets, supernova remnants and more!
A dedicated staff of tradespeople, scientists, administrators, and engineers keep the VLA on the cutting edge of astronomy research.
With the recent tenfold upgrade to the VLA's capabilities, its receiver and computing technology is unsurpassed.