[meteorite-list] VLA

From: ari machiz <a_machiz_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:46:25 2004
Message-ID: <20010519001710.71424.qmail_at_web12507.mail.yahoo.com>


As I mentioned to Tom, if Ron B. was refering to the
VLA, I understand. I am not trying to be nit picky. In
todays world though, you just never know.

Consider Advil Sinus Headache. It seems as though they
would be selling Sinus Headache Remedy. Eh?

Also, I was unaware of the appropriately named VLA, so
VLT seemed quite within the realm of possibility.

I will trust at this point then that there is not a
VLT, and finally, I make enough errors every day that
I hope people are understanding, so I try to be too.

Have a good weekend everyone.

> Perhaps you mean VLA? For Very Large Array. "27
> antennas arranged in a
> huge Y pattern up to 36km (22 miles) across --
> roughly one and a half times
> the size of Washington, DC."
> See http://www.aoc.nrao.edu/vla/html/VLAintro.shtml
> For more information...
> Regards,
> Tom Randall
> Tom Randall -- tprandall_at_idsi.net (Remove the "P" to
> e-mail me)
> Amateur Radio: KB2SMS (Grid FN31) - ARRL / 10-10 /
> QRP-L #1965
> Look for me on PSK31 on 14.069.5 and 28.119.5
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> My Astronomy/Ham radio site:
> http://www.idsi.net/~trandall/welcome.html

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