That is both shocking and exciting," said Brett McGuire, a chemist at the NRAO
in Charlottesville, Virginia, and co-author on the paper.
Lacasse, "Green Bank telescope active surface system," NRAO
, Kona, HI, USA, 1998.
Shur, "Terahertz detection by high electron mobility transistor: effect of drain current," in Proceedings of the NRAO
12th International Symposium on TeraHertz Technology, vol.
Once on the NRAO
site itself, cellphones, digital cameras, and even key fobs to lock and unlock vehicles are strictly prohibited.
I., et al., "Design considerations for correlation radiometers," NRAO
Green Bank Telescope Memo, No.
In other cases, staff from the various research facilities on campus--including the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources and the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO
)--visited to share anecdotes and communication strategies.
One of the NRAO
telescopes employed in the interstellar searches was the 140 ft.
[24.] Mangum, J., "Atmospheric refractive signal bending and propagation delay," Report, National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO
To give an idea of the complexity and size of the array: According to the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO
), AALMA is a complex of 40-foot (12-meter) radio telescopes sitting at an elevation of 16,500 feet on the Chajnantor plateau in northern Chile.
Frontiers of astrophysics; a celebration of NRAO
's 50th anniversary; proceedings.
The sky surveys are distributed across multiple sites, including the Digital Palomar Observatory Sky Survey (DPOSS), the 2-Micron All Sky Survey (2-MASS), and the National Radio Astronomy Observatory Very Large Array (NRAO
VLA) Sky Survey (NVSS).