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The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) released its first images of space in October 2011. Throughout its first half decade, ALMA has produced many exciting and fundamental results, enabling transformational science in a wide range of astronomy and planetary science subjects, from the Solar System to the early universe. Dr. Cox will present a selection of the most-remarkable ALMA scientific discoveries, compare the array’s original fundamental science with its current results, and outline the future evolution of ALMA.
Dr. Pierre Cox, Director, ALMA
The Capital Science Evenings are made possible in part by the generous support of Margaret and Will Hearst.
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