Articles

Radio Astronomy with Very Large Arrray

Science  18 Jun 1982:
Vol. 216, Issue 4552, pp. 1279-1285
DOI: 10.1126/science.216.4552.1279

Abstract

The construction of the Very Large Array of radio telescopes has been completed, and this new research instrument is now being used to make radio images of astronomical objects with a resolution comparable to or better than that of ground-based optical telescopes. The role of the Very Large Array in current and future research is discussed both in principle and in terms of a sample of observing projects.

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