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Sunday, April 02, 2006

"The Visitor's Dish"

My friend Roy and I took a three day trip to New Mexico and our first stop was the Very Large Array (VLA) Radio Observatory west of Socorro. This is just one dish that makes up the radio telescope there. The other dishes are spread out along three arms, each about 22 kilometers (13 miles) long. When we visited, the dishes were spread out at their largest configuration, which produces the highest resolution. You can see a number of dishes off in the distance, stretching ou along the North Arm. Canon 20D - 1/50th, 30mm @ f/25, ISO 100


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