Posted by: mbconsulting | June 7, 2010

Science at the Edge of Human Scale: the Very Large Array (via Summer of Science)

Thanks for the post. I was impressed by the large dimensions and image that, being there, in the field, the humans are humiliate in spite of the fact that all were designed and exploited by them.

I will follow your posts and hope to find other interesting info.

Science at the Edge of Human Scale: the Very Large Array While planning our trip, Lizzie and I realized that we would have an awkward amount of extra time between our visits to the Superconducting Super Collider and Los Alamos. Though the drive from east Texas to New Mexico is formidable enough to require a night's stay along the way, it has such high speed limits and so few turns that the miles tick by more quickly than just about anywhere else in the country. But since the July 4th weekend meant that … Read More

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