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Visitor Info

Charlottesville, VA, Headquarters, NAASC Charlottesville, VA, NRAO Technology Center

Charlottesville, Virginia is home to the North American ALMA Science Center, the NRAO Director's Office, NRAO administrative offices, and the main NRAO Library, all in Stone Hall at the University of Virginia. Charlottesville is also home to the NRAO Technology Center on nearby Ivy Road.

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Green Bank, WV, Green Bank Telescope Green Bank, WV, Green Bank Science Center

The NRAO facilities in Green Bank, West Virginia are located in the National Radio Quiet Zone and include the world's largest fully-steerable radio telescope, the 110m x 100m Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope, the 43m (140foot) telescope, and the Green Bank Science Center.

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Socorro, NM, Expanded Very Large Array Socorro, NM, Science Operations Center

Located on the New Mexico Tech campus in Socorro, the Pete V. Domenici Science Operations Center supports the Expanded Very Large Array, the Very Long Baseline Array, and the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array. The 27 EVLA antennas are 80 km west of Socorro; the 10 VLBA antennas are spread across the U.S.

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The NRAO/AUI office in downtown Santiago, Chile was founded in 1998 to support the interests of the NRAO and its parent organization, Associated Universities, Inc. in Chile, particularly the North American participation in the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array project.

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