In partnership with National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) and Raytheon Intelligence &
Space (RI&S), the Green Bank Observatory (GBO) tested a multi-static radar intended to expand
the scientific reach and capability of the Green Bank Telescope (GBT) and the Very Long Baseline
The experimental effort installed an RI&S Ku-Band transmitter on the GBT and relied
on VLBA receiving stations to receive the data transmission. That transmission generated synthetic
aperture radar (SAR) images of select locations on the moon and detected asteroid 2001 FO32.