Next Generation Very Large Array Memo No . 5 Science Working Groups Project Overview

@inproceedings{Carilli2015NextGV,
  title={Next Generation Very Large Array Memo No . 5 Science Working Groups Project Overview},
  author={Christopher L. Carilli and Madeleine C. McKinnon and J{\"u}rgen Ott and Amy Beasley and Andrea Isella and E. Angela Murphy and A. Leroy and Caitlin M. Casey and A. Moullet and Mark Lacy and Jacqueline Hodge and G. Bower and Paul Demorest and C. Hull and Mark J. Hughes and James di Francesco and Desika Narayanan and Ben Kent and Benton C Clark and Bryan Butler},
  year={2015}
}
We summarize the design, capabilities, and some of the priority science goals of a next generation Very Large Array (ngVLA). The ngVLA is an interferometric array with 10 times larger effective collecting area and 10 times higher spatial resolution than the current VLA and the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA), optimized for operation in the wavelength range 0.3cm to 3cm. The ngVLA opens a new window on the Universe through ultra-sensitive imaging of thermal line and continuum emission down… CONTINUE READING

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