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VLBI Technique Development

Haystack Observatory has a long history of contributions to Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI), and is known for the development of state-of-the-art VLBI instrumentation and techniques. VLBI activities at the Observatory are primarily funded through NSF and NASA, though limited support from other sources is received. The VLBI group has a strong emphasis on the digital and mechanical engineering aspects of VLBI systems, utilizes the Haystack and Westford radio telescopes for VLBI measurements, maintains a VLBI correlator in round-the-clock operation, and has a vigorous program of scientific research.

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