Share your videos with the world

Sign Up | Log In | Help  

Hint: ClipMoon is not responsible for the content of this page. These contents are from private users!

  ALMA Deep Space Telescope  
Average ( 0 votes)
Not yet rated
Please sign up
and login to rate this video.!

Thirteen 12-meter antennas manufactured by General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies have been successfully installed at the 16,500-foot-high Chajnantor plateau in Chile, home to the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) astronomical observatory. Located in the Andes mountains, the 115-ton, highly specialized antennas form part of an 11-mile-wide international astronomy project. When it is completed in 2013, scientists will use the observatory to study portions of the universe at a level of detail that is beyond what current astronomical technologies provide, studying the origins of galaxies, stars, and planets. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/52410-general-dynamics-antennas-for-world-s-largest-radio-telescope
Added on 03-10-2011 by MultiVuVideos

PHP Scripts and Service
 

Video Details //

 
Runtime: 2m47s | Views: 6690 | Comments: 0

Categories:  Science and Technology 
 

User Details //

 
Videos: 5590 | Favorites: 0 | Friends: 0
User Name:  MultiVuVideos

  Share Details //  
Video URL:  
(E-mail or link it)

Embeddable Player:
(Put this video on your website. Works on Friendster, eBay, Blogger, MySpace and many more sites!)

Thumbnail URL:
Preview:
(Put this thumbnail on your website, blog or in your forum posts.)


Comment on this video:
Comments (0):
Please help keep this site FUN, CLEAN, and REAL.
Please sign up and login to flag or comment this video.!

    
   Other Videos  
NOW PLAYING

 
Related Videos 2 of 3 See All Results
 
Runtime: 2m47s
Views: 6690
Comments: 0
<<<NOW PLAYING!
 
PHP Scripts and Custom Service

 

 

About Us   |   Help  |   Advertise on ClipMoon   |   Terms of Use   |   Privacy Policy   |   Copyright   |   Contact   |   Link us   |   RSS 
Copyright © 2007-2023 ClipMoon. All rights reserved.