Building ALMA: Earth's Largest Radio Telescope

Upon completion, the Atacama Large Millimeter/ Sub-millimeter Array (ALMA) will probe objects billions of light years away. But first, ALMA's big "eyes" must be placed with precision of less than a centimeter.

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