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Click;  Radio Astronomy Telescope Project
An 5.2-meter amateur radio telescope for 1420 MHz is described.

Click;  SETI, EME, Radio Astronomy and Radio Amateurs(W6/PA0ZN)
Information on EME (Moonbounce), SETI (Search for exrrestrial Intelligence, Radio Astronomy DSP and HSMS for Radio Amateurs by W6/PA0ZN.

Basics of Radio Astronomy

Amateur Radio Astronomy Resources
A site specializing in amateur radio astronomy. Lots of free information for students, teachers, and amateur scientists.

Click;  Radio Astronomy Supplies
Your International Supplier of Quality Radio Astronomy Products

Radiotelescope data goes on the web in real-time. Educational material about radio astronomy.

Click;  Radio Astronomy
WWW Virtual Library

radio astronomy

>Radio Astronomy

Click; The University of Calgary Radio Astronomy Laboratory

Click;  NRAL at Jodrell Bank are a part of the University of Manchester's Department of Physics and Astronomy. The Laboratories are home to the Lovell Telescope and the MERLIN & VLBI National Facility which is operated by the University on behalf of PPARC.

Click;  Basics of Radio Astronomy

Click;  Radio Astronomy
Mauritius Radio Telescope

Click;  Radio Astronomy and SETI - Big Ear Radio Observatory
This Kraus-type radio telescope, larger than three football fields, was famous for the Wow! Signal and for the longest-running SETI project.

Click;   NRAO - National Radio Astronomy Observatory

Click;  Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie
Max-Planck-Institute for Radio Astronomy, Bonn, Germany. It is the home institution of the world's largest fully steerable radio telescope, the 100m antenna of Effelsberg, which has been successfully operated since August 1972.

Click;  The UTR-2 Catalogue
The very-low frequency sky survey of discrete sources has been obtained in the Institute of Radio Astronomy of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences (Kharkov, Ukraine) with the UTR-2 radio telescope at a number of the lowest frequencies used in contemporary radio astronomy within the range from 10 to 25 MHz.

Click;  Cavendish Astrophysics Homepage
Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory.

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