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National Radio Astronomy Observatory. The VLA is a radio telescope consisting of 27 parabolic dish antennae, each 25m in diameter. Individual signals from each dish can be combined to form a single high-resolution image.

Very Large Array (VLA) radio telescope, New Mexico, USA

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National Radio Astronomy Observatory. The VLA is a radio telescope consisting of 27 parabolic dish antennae, each 25m in diameter. Individual signals from each dish can be combined to form a single high-resolution image.
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