The infant star surrounded by a swirling disk of dust and gas is more than 450 light-years from Earth in the constellation Taurus, the National Radio Astronomy Observatory reported Wednesday.
What does NRAO stand for?
NRAO stands for National Radio Astronomy Observatory
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- National Resource for Automated Molecular Microscopy (La Jolla, CA)
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- Neutron Research at NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
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- National Radio Astronomy Observatory - Green Bank
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Mark McKinnon, North American ALMA Project Manager at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) in Charlottesville, Virginia.
It has been 50 years since astronomer Frank Drake first used a radio antenna at the Green Bank National Radio Astronomy Observatory in West Virginia to listen for extraterrestrial signals, and so far no messages have been detected and confirmed.
395 QB475 In June 2007, the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) celebrated its fifth anniversary by holding a symposium "highlighting the most important questions that can be addressed by astronomers, major contributions to astronomy enabled by NRAO instruments, and future directions for research involving radio observations and techniques.
edu Death Stars, Weird Galaxies, And A Quasar-Spangled Universe: The Discoveries Of The Very Large Array Telescope by Karen Taschek is an informative and easy-to-follow study of the Very Large Array (VLA) as constructed by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in in San Augustin, New Mexico.
Dr Michael Rupen, of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in the US, said: ``It's very exciting -it's either the youngest black hole or neutron star ever seen.