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SaberScorpX
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Radio Astronomy Resources new
      #1023732 - 06/30/06 04:44 PM

To All

Stephen has been kind enough to give some links for those interested in Radio Astronomy. Folks, check them out and thanks for the info.

Rich (RLTYS) Your friendly moderator.

Primer and FAQ:

http://www.nrao.edu/whatisra/index.shtml

Related Links:

http://www.astrosurf.org/lombry/menu-radioastro.htm

http://www2.jpl.nasa.gov/radioastronomy/

http://radiosky.com/rsplinks.html

*additions welcome*



Stephen Saber
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http://www.geocities.com/saberscorpx/home.html

Edited by RLTYS (07/01/06 08:10 AM)


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Re: Radio Astronomy Resources new [Re: SaberScorpX]
      #1374515 - 01/21/07 10:54 AM

Stephen, can you help me find people who are amature raduio astonomers who use this site? I have just joioned and am still finding my way around. I would be most gratefull.
Thanks David Morgan (radast)


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Paul Lannuier
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Re: Radio Astronomy Resources new [Re: ]
      #1850575 - 09/18/07 10:28 PM

Amateur Radio Astronomy by John Fielding, ZS5JF

I haven't seen this book mentioned here (though admittedly I haven't looked back that far). It provides a modern look at radio astronomy for the amateur astronomer, much more up to date than a lot of older books I have on the subject. Fairly technical in terms of electronic design, but any radio geek with a solid background in electronics and homebrewing will benefit from it.

Paul (WW2PT)


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knro
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Re: Radio Astronomy Resources [Re: SaberScorpX]
      #4908062 - 11/10/11 08:03 AM

MIT Small Radio Telescope SRT contains a list of great resources on radio astronomy tutorials and excercises.

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