360° VR Panoramas of Southern New Mexico
The Very Large Array (VLA)
on the Plains of San Agustin, New Mexico


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Antenna Assembly Building at the VLA

Antenna Assembly Building at the VLA

The Antenna Assembly Building and High Plains Lifter at the VLA radiotelescope site

Very Large Array, Plains of San Agustin west of Magdalena, New Mexico

Date photographed: October 15, 2009
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Up Close to an Antenna at the VLA

Up Close to an Antenna at the VLA

Up close to one of the 6-meter diameter mobile antennas at the Very Large Array

Very Large Array, Plains of San Agustin west of Magdalena, New Mexico

Date photographed: October 15, 2009
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Twenty Four Antennas at the Very Large Array

Twenty Four Antennas at the Very Large Array

Twenty four antennas on three tracks at the Very Large Array (VLA) on the Plains of San Augustin

Very Large Array, Plains of San Agustin west of Magdalena, New Mexico

Date photographed: October 15, 2009
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Antenna Tracks at the VLA

Antenna Tracks at the VLA

Double railroad tracks allow the antennas to be spaced over an area several miles wide at the VLA

Very Large Array, Plains of San Agustin west of Magdalena, New Mexico

Date photographed: October 15, 2009
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Plains of San Augustin

Plains of San Augustin

Th Plains of San Augustin,barren and empty except for the VLA (Very Large Array) radiotelescope site

west of Magdalena, New Mexico

Date photographed: October 15, 2009
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