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Radio Astronomy


Amateur Radio Astronomy
A 5.2 meter amateur radio telescope for 1420 MHz observing is described.

http://www.signalone.com/radioastronomy/telescope/
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Arecibo Radio Observatory
The world's largest single radio antenna; located in Puerto Rico.

http://www.naic.edu/
(Added: 12/27/00))

Association for Radio Astronomy in Education
Encourages radio astronomy and radio telescope projects in educational environments.

http://www.arae.co.uk/
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Brandeis University Radio Astronomy
The Brandeis Radio Astronomy Group conducts research in extragalactic astrophysics and cosmology at wavelengths covering the entire electromagnetic spectrum, but especially at radio wavelengths.

http://pc.astro.brandeis.edu/
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Deep Space Network Radio Astronomy
Details on the DSN, what is radio astronomy.

http://dsnra.jpl.nasa.gov/
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National Radio Astronomy Observatory
The Very Large Array; The National Radio Astronomy Observatory is a facility of the National Science Foundation operated under cooperative agreement by Associated Universities, Inc.

http://www.nrao.edu/
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Perkins Radio Observatory Project
Radio astronomy, including diagrams and instructions for a Jupiter Radio, also meteor radios, software, more.

http://www.wwpweb.com/perkinsradio/
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Radio Astronomy
Read summaries of articles on radio astronomy, antennas and the history of microwaves.

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/demerson/
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Radio Astronomy Group Homepage
The Radio Astronomy Group at the University of Tasmania describes its facilities, research, publications and academic programs.

http://kerr.phys.utas.edu.au/
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Radio Pulsar Resources
Browse numerous links and articles devoted to the subject of radio astronomy and pulsars.

http://pulsar.princeton.edu/rpr.shtml
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SETI League, Inc.
Hundreds of SETI (Searching for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) members in dozens of countries are keeping alive the quest for our cosmic companions.

http://www.setileague.org/
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Seti@Home
Would you like to be the first to discover an ET? You can help find E.T. using your computer at home with the SETI @ home software.

http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/
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