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Evidence began to appear in such observations for tidal effects in many of these galaxies; a tidal explanation of these effects was dramatically confirmed in the computer modelling by the Toomre twins. The question which then presented itself was whether such effects may occur on a larger scale in galaxy groups and clusters. The first investigation of these matters made with the 250-ft telescope was an HI survey of the galaxies in the Virgo cluster. M. Lewis and I found that the Virgo cluster galaxies contained less HI than galaxies of the same type in the field.
Our next push forward in a strategy to improve sensitivity was to construct an interferometer at 30 GHz on the Tenerife site. This readily measured the fluctuation amplitudes on 1° and 2° scales and showed that the site was excellent for interferometric observations at frequencies around 30 GHz where Galactic foreground contamination was small and measurable. With this confidence-booster behind us, a collaboration was formed between Jodrell Bank Observatory, the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge and the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias to build a 14element interferometric array at 30 GHz known as the Very Small Array.