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VLA

abbr.
Very Large Array
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VLA

abbreviation for
(Astronomy) very large array
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"It was fortuitous that the target was well placed in the sky for observations with both ALMA in Chile and the VLA in New Mexico.
However, follow-up observation from VLA confirmed that it still has a planetary mass (12.7 times of Jupiter) and is still far from becoming a brown dwarf.
The new VLA observations revealed previously undetected regions where shocks accelerated subatomic particles, causing radio emission.
Cognii's VLA uses conversational AI and Natural Language Processing technologies to engage students via intelligent tutoring.
All of these were downloadable from the project website, which was a subpage of the VLA site.
The ILS and VLA market is estimated to be $1152.15 million in 2014 and is projected to register a CAGR of 5.54% to reach $1680.79 million by 2020.
The VLA is the Government-run agency which plays an essential role in disease surveillance alongside practising vets in the field.
* Steve Heap, vice president of Vermeer Latin America (VLA) and Vermeer Europe, Middle East and Africa (VEMEA); and
Lockheed Martin recently marked the production and delivery of the 1,000th Vertical Launch ASROC (VLA) missile during a ceremony at the company's Akron, OH, facility.
Researchers at the Veterinary Laboratories Agency (VLA) showed that feeding mice with Bimuno prior to Salmonella infection rapidly reduced the impact of Salmonella.