We worked hard to select this site for the long-term future of radio astronomy
after exhaustive investigations across the country.
BUILDINGS and structures at Jodrell Bank that played a pioneering role in the early days of radio astronomy
have been given heritage protection.
Their topics include hypotheses concerning the formation of solar systems, detecting exoplanets and searching for habitable zones in solar and extrasolar planetary systems, solar modulations and the planetary global electric circuit, organic life limitations in planetary systems, radio astronomy
and planetary observations, and the history and findings of the Pluto missions.
While providing continuous real-time FFT at full sampling rate, this option also enables spectra accumulation capability, a key requirement for radio astronomy
Laura Spitler (Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy
, Germany) and colleagues report in the March 10th Nature their discovery of the first repeating fast radio burst (FRB).
By what name is the Nuffield Radio Astronomy
Laboratory, in Cheshire, better known?
Uzbekistan and Russia started joint implementation of key projects in the field of scientific and technical cooperation, which involves construction of Suffa international radio astronomy
The complex molecules were discovered by astronomers from Cornell, the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy
and the University of Cologne.
Mike Gaylard, Director of the Hartebeesthoek Radio Astronomy
Observatory, a National Facility of the National Research Foundation.
Washington, May 24 ( ANI ): An international team of astronomers led by Lars Fuhrmann from the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy
in Bonn, Germany, used some of the best single-dish radio telescopes for several years, in combination with NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, to study the place where high energy outbursts occur.
New Trends in Radio Astronomy
in the ALMA Era: The 30th Anniversary of Nobeyama Radio Observatory; proceedings
The Radio Astronomy
Group supported The National Museum of Computing's 'Daytime Astronomy' event held at Bletchley Park on 2013 August 11 with displays of equipment for observing meteor scatter, Sudden Ionospheric Disturbances, Jupiter emissions and solar radio emissions using low-cost satellite TV equipment.