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I am currently employed by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) as a permanent staff scientist (Assistant Scientist) in Socorro, New Mexico. My primary research involves using the Very Large Array (VLA) to measure the radio emission and reflection properties of planetary atmospheres and surfaces. I spend much of my time doing NRAO observatory services, currently focused on the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) Click here for a list of my NRAO internal memos, which give an overview of that type of work. Before being hired to the permanent staff, I was a Jansky Postdoctoral Researcher for NRAO from 1994-1997.

guide to observing solar system objects with the VLA

VLA TIP stuff



Last Modified on March 15, 2000

Bryan Butler ( Phone: (505)835-7261; FAX: (505)835-7027