The JVLA COSMOS Large Project is a survey of the COSMOS field with the Jansky VLA at 3 GHz (10 cm). Deep Jansky VLA observations cover the entire 2 square degree COSMOS field at this frequency down to an rms of ~2.3 μJy/beam, uniform across the field. These observations - constraining the deepest radio levels ever over a large field with superb multi-wavelength coverage - open a range of new exploration windows in observational cosmology, and serve as the basis for next generation radio facilities, such as the Square Kilometre Array.

The data products can be retrieved here.