One of the most exciting efforts of the Center for High Angular Resolution Astronomy, headed by Dr. Harold McAlister, is its proposal for building a telescope that will resolve detail more accurately than any currently available. The design for the instrument uses a technology called long-baseline optical interferometry. Major funding for the $10 million facility is expected from the National Science Foundation.
Below: An artist's depiction of the array, to be built in Flagstaff, Arizona.
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