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Itty Bitty Radio Telescope - David Haworth....just in case E.T. has phone home!!!
Use your equatorial mount for a compact radio telescope and start your amateur radio astronomy program without the need to have a deep knowledge.
Jorge Velazquez saved to Buenas Ideas / Good Ideas
The National Science Foundation has backed away from three of its headlining radio telescopes in the last decade. What comes next?
With the right additional hardware, the RTL-SDR software defined radio can be used as a super cheap radio telescope for radio astronomy experiments such as Hydrogen line detection, meteor scatter and Pulsar observing. Hydrogen Line Marcus Leech of Science Radio Laboratories, Inc has released a tutorial document titled 'A Budget-Conscious Radio Telescope for 21cm', (doc version) (pdf here) where he shows: Two slightly-different designs for a simple, small, effective, radio telescope capable…
Radio astronomy is the science of using radio waves to explore the universe. Radio receivers are used to listen to the sun, the moon, the Earth itself, Jupiter, the Milky Way and even objects in other galaxies. All of these bodies emit radio frequency (RF) energy, which you can listen to with various types of radio ...
Carl Chapek saved to Ham Radio
Welcome! The Very Large Array Radio Telescope facility is a two-hour drive from Albuquerque, 50 miles west of Socorro,...
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Build Your Own FM Radio Astronomy Lab: Because I'm a simple man, and the thought of trying to understand all of the unknown is more than I can handle, I prefer the simpler side of astronomy. My personal astronomy tools include a 4.5" reflector telescope, a pair of binoculars, and a…
William Mitchell saved to Radio astronomy
Astronomers have found dozens of surprisingly massive black holes far from the centers of their host dwarf galaxies.
Julie Winsor saved to space image
You probably wouldn't expect to see somebody making astronomical observations during a cloudy day in the center of a dense urban area, but that's exactly what was happening at the recent 2019 Philadel...
BlackHat saved to Radio telescope science