News • June 22nd, 2018
With 50 (refereed) contributions received to date by nearly 200 unique authors, and more than 10 still in prep., this volume highlights key areas of astrophysics that are ripe for major breakthroughs and clearly underscores the broad U.S. and international support that exists for pursuing a next-generation Very Large Array in the next decade. ...
Science • March 8th, 2018
Multi-Messenger Science & Discovery with a Next Generation Very Large Array.
Conference • June 26th, 2018
New research facilities and the scientific vision outlined by New Worlds, New Horizons have motivated the exploration of vast new discovery space, and astrophysics has seen extraordinary progress in the past decade, opening new frontiers across many fields. This conference will bring together a substantial cross-section of the astronomical ...
News • February 15th, 2018
Using new funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for exploring the design of a next-generation radio telescope, the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) has contracted with an integrated-circuit design firm to design and produce a specialized integrated circuit that can greatly improve the efficiency of data transmission from ...
Workshop • March 12th, 2018
This workshop will focus on the future of VLBI astronomy in the North America.
News • January 3rd, 2018
A summary of the ngVLA Key Science Goals and Technical capabilities (January 3, 2018).
News • November 8th, 2017
As part of the process of building towards a final concept for the ngVLA, NRAO launched the ngVLA Community Studies program, allowing members of the scientific and engineering communities to become major contributors to this effort. Given the success of our first round of ngVLA Community Studies, a second round was initiated, aimed at tackling ...
News • September 14th, 2017
The National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) and Associated Universities, Inc. (AUI) are launching a new initiative to design a next generation radio telescope with scientific capabilities far beyond those provided by any existing or currently proposed observatory. Funding for the new initiative was provided by the National Science ...
Science • January 11th, 2017
A fly through of the protoplanetary disk around HL Tau, first as seen by ALMA and the VLA, which do not have the necessary frequency coverage or angular resolution to probe into the terrestrial planet formation zone. The ngVLA will be able to peer into the center of this solar system on ~AU scales, uncovering terrestrial planets in formation ...
Science • June 22nd, 2017
A cartoon flyover of the ngVLA using a notional configuration. The array contains 214 18m antennas covering areas of New Mexico, Texas, and Mexico. The incorporation of the ngVLA into the existing VLBA is also shown.
News • August 2nd, 2017
This document describes some of the fundamental astrophysical problems that require observing capabilities at millimeter- and centimeter wavelengths well beyond those of existing, or already planned, telescopes. The results summarized in this report follow a solicitation from the National Radio Astronomy Observatory to develop key science cases ...
News • July 17th, 2017
The predicted performance of the array, based on feedback from the community following the June 2017 ngVLA Science and Technology meeting in Socorro, is described in ngVLA Memo 17.
Science • April 24th, 2017
A fly through deep space showing the ngVLA's ability to both detect cold molecular gas, the fuel for star formation, at all redshifts. In addition to detecting these gas, the ngVLA will have the sensitivity and resolution to map and characterize this gas on kilo parsec scales as well as measure galaxy kinematics using these molecular lines.
News • March 1st, 2018
This PowerPoint presentation summarizes the current status of the project (PDF Version. March 1, 2018). In addition, a 3-page PowerPoint summary of the project is available, along with movies of planet formation, high-z CO, and an array fly-over.