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Radio Astronomy at the University of Indianapolis
Radiotelescope data goes on the web in real-time. Educational material about radio astronomy
The National Radio Astronomy Observatory
Astronomers Discover Spectacular Structure in Distant Galaxy Pictured is the M87 Galaxy Researchers using the National Science Foundation's Very Large Array (VLA) radio telescope have imaged a "spectacular and complex structure" in a galaxy 50 million 
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.... 
NATIONAL RADIO ASTRONOMY OBSERVATORY Home Page
NRAO Sites Charlottesville, Virginia. The NRAO Headquarters The Central Development Laboratory Green Bank, West Virginia The Green Bank Telescope The 140 Foot Telescope Socorro, New Mexico The Very Large Array The Very Long Baseline Array Tucson... 
Hartebeesthoek Radio Astronomy Observatory
Hartebeesthoek Radio Astronomy Observatory The Hartebeesthoek Radio Astronomy Observatory (HartRAO) is situated in an isolated valley in the Magaliesburg hills, some 65 kilometers north-west of Johannesburg, South Africa. It operates as a National.. 
Department of Astronomy and Steward Observatory
(academic web site) (research web site) Welcome! The Department of Astronomy at the University of Arizona and its associated research division, Steward Observatory, form one of the finest centers for astronomical studies in the world. 
Department of Radio Astronomy ( National Facility) Torun Centre for Astronomy of the Nicolaus Copernicus University - Department of Radio Astronomy ( National Facility ) Torun Centre for Astronomy of the Nicolaus Copernicus University Polish version English version The Department of Rhttp://www.astro.uni.torun.pl/
Department of Radio Astronomy ( National Facility ) Torun Centre for Astronomy of the Nicolaus Copernicus University Polish version English version The Department of R 
Your International Supplier of Quality Radio Astronomy Products
Radio Astronomy Supplies 
Radio Astronomy Projects Book Table of Contents
Overview of Possible Experiments 1 - 1 Right Ascension, Hour Angle, and Sidereal Time 1 - 4 Galactic Center at Meridian Crossing 1 - 10 Minimum Detectable Signal 1 - 12 Equivalent 
Radio Astronomy Information
Updated 8/18/1999 Radio Astronomy and Related Information From Radio-Sky Publishing 1998 Frequently Asked Questions Advice for Beginners Jupiter Noise Storm Predictions 
EME, SETI, Radio Astronomy, Weak Signal and Radio Amateurs.(W6/PA0ZN)
Information on Digital Signal Processing for EME(Moonbounce), SETI(Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, Weaksignal and Radio Astronomy for Radio
AstroWeb: Astronomy/Astrophysics on the Internet
Observing resources Telescopes (320 records) Data Resources Publication-related Resources People-related Resources People (14 records) Jobs (37 records) 
Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers
This site provides a SARA overview, membership information and links to related sites. 
National Radio Astronomy Observatory Library
National Radio Astronomy Observatory Library Welcome to the NRAO Library Web page. This page focuses on library/bibliographic services, and includes: NRAO resources Other preprint services Published papers -- Indexes, abstracts, bibliographic information 
Amateur Radio Astronomy / Radio Astronomy / Astronomy / Books / Softwa...
Welcome to Radio-Sky Publishing's home page. Our focus is on amateur radio astronomy. We cater to a small but growing group of people who make radio observations of cosmic phenomena for the fun and educational rewards it brings. 
Basics of Radio Astronomy
From JPL/NASA 
Amateur Radio Astronomy Page
Amateur Radio Astronomy. Radio Astronomy has always Interested me, It is a fairly new view on the Universe that is less then 100 years old. This view... 
EME, SETI, Radio Astronomy and DSP for Radio Amateurs (W6/PA0ZN)
Information on EME (Moonbounce), SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence), Radio Astronomy, DSP, and HSMS, for Radio Amateurs by W6/PA0ZN. 
BIMA Home Page
This is the main page for the Berkeley-Illinois-Maryland Association (BIMA) 
DSN Radio Astronomy
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Cavendish Astrophysics Homepage
Welcome to the Cavendish Astrophysics Group homepage. The Astrophysics group is part of the Cavendish Laboratory, the Physics Department of the University of Cambridge. 
Ham-Links: Amateur Radio Resources
This is a collection of about 4500 Ham Radio Links. It is maintained and published on a weekly basis by K1DWU. www.ham-links.org 
Committee on Radio Astronomy Frequencies
Committee on Radio Astronomy Frequencies Welcome to the web-pages of the CRAF ! The Committee on Radio Astronomy Frequencies (CRAF) is a committee of the European Science Foundation (ESF). Contents Introduction to CRAF Introduction to ESF CRAF... 
Radio Astronomy
WWW Virtual Library 
Ham Radio links: Astronomy and related [ DXZone : Space : Amateur Radio Astronomy ]
Amateur Radio Astronomy
AstroWeb: Astronomy resources on the Internet
The AstroWeb database of astronomical resources at CDS. 
NRAL Jodrell Bank
Lovell radio telescope's official site at the University of Manchester, England. Site offers telescope history, tour details, job and research position postings and skywatching tips. 
Amateur Radio and Radio Astronomy Links
The SETI League, Inc. is a membership-supported, nonprofit [501(c)(3)] educational and scientific organization, devoted to privatizing the... 
The G7VKR Amateur Radio Pages: Links.
The G7VKR Amateur Radio Pages cover Morse, Packet and SSTV and contain many links to other sites: mostly UK-orientated. 
Radio Astronomy Telescope Project
An 5.2-meter amateur radio telescope for 1420 MHz is described. 
Frequently Asked Questions for sci.astro [Astronomy]
sci.astro is a newsgroup devoted to the discussion of the science of astronomy. Its content ranges from the Earth to the farthest reaches of the Universe. This document (the FAQ) summarizes answers to frequently asked questions in the newsgroup. 
Amateur Radio Astronomy / Radio Astronomy / Astronomy / Books / Softwa...
Welcome to Radio-Sky Publishing's home page. Our focus is on amateur radio astronomy. We cater to a small but growing group of people who make radio observations of cosmic phenomena for the fun and educational rewards it brings. 
Educational Observatory - Radio Astronomy
Radio Astronomy. AAS ISU Astronomy Program Ames Area Amateur Astronomers EO Institute BASICS OF RADIO ASTRONOMY. SEARCH ENGINES. Yahoo AltaVista... 
Radio Astronomy Imaging Group
RAI Home Radio Astronomy Imaging Group The Radio Astronomy Imaging group together with the Biological Imaging group constitutes the Scientific Instrumentation Applications Technology Team of NCSA. Within the Alliance, our team focuses on problems of 
Radio Astronomy Links
Radio Astronomy & Astronomy Links Arecibo Observatory - Radio Astronomy 1993 Nobel Prize for Physics. Astronomy & Astrophysics on the Web Brandeis University Radio Astronomy Images from the Brandeis University Radio Astronomy Group: ITU-R Handbook.. 
Arecibo Observatory Home Page
This area contains information relevant to the use of Arecibo Facilities by Scientific Users This area contains general information of interest to the General Public, Educators and the Media ... 
Search AstroWeb
The database file for AstroWeb along with the contents retrieved by the daily Validation have been put into a WAIS index. The WAIS index is searchable by: 
Astronomy and Astrophysics at the NSSDC
National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC) Astronomy and Astrophysics Page 
Welcome to the Patrick Henry Amateur Radio Asscociation Links Pag
The Patrick Henry Amateur Radio Association Website full of Ham Radio Related information and links Your resources for Amateur Radio Information 
Interested in Astronomy, Space, Science, Amateur Radio, Satellites, an...
Interested in Astronomy, Computing, Space, Satellites and Amateur Radio. Look no firther! 
Radio-Astronomy Supplies Inc Homepage (W6/PA0ZN)
Supplies for Amateur Radio Astronomy en Radio Amateurs 
NCSA Astronomy Digital Image Library
The Astronomy Digital Image Library, maintained by the Radio Astronomy Imaging Group at the University of Illinois, collects astronomical, research-ready images and make them available to the astronomical community and the general public. 
AstroSeek : Radio Astronomy
Home. Classifieds. Open Directory. AstroSeek. Auctions. BookStore. Forums. FunStuff. AstroSeek : Radio Astronomy. Radio Astronomy.  . | Home | Add a... 
Amateur Radio WWW bookmark file
HAM-WWW.HTML: Amateur Radio Webpages on Internet Oct 1998: Please click here to send additions/corrections to: WZ1V TEMPORARILY DISABLED WHILE UNDER CONSTRUCTION Coming Soon - Automated Additions. 
Radio Astronomy Software
You can greatly increase the likelihood of successfully monitoring Jupiter's decametric noise storms by listening in at the times of greatest probability. Radio-Jupiter is a 
Morelia - Institute of Astronomy
Meet researchers working on stellar winds, radio astronomy, star formation and atmospheric turbulence. Get a map to the facility. 
Planetary Studies Foundation: Astronomy, Meteorites, Mars
The Planetary Studies Foundation is a non-profit educational corporation. Our Mission is to promote the study of planetary science and astronomy with an emphasis on meteoritics; and to sponsor, encourage and assist study in the physical, astronomical, earth and environmental sciences so as to broaden our knowledge of all phases of the universe. 
Steward Observatory Radio Astronomy Laboratory
Welcome to the Steward Observatory Radio Astronomy Laboratory, housed in the Department of Astronomy at the University of Arizona in Tucson. We specialize in the design and construction of leading-edge receivers and associated technologies for... 
NRAL - SETI index
These pages will give you information about the history of SETI and the observations being carried out at present. The "SETI questions" page gives answers to some of the questions most commonly asked of SETI ... 
Amateur Radio Astronomy FAQ
Public awareness of radio astronomy lags far behind that of its optical counterpart. The vague image of huge dishes pointed at the sky is perhaps the only connection that many 
Nutshell History of Radio Astronomy?
Radio Astronomy History in a Nutshell. Radio astronomy began with Karl Jansky's discovery, in 1932, of a strong source of radio static which... 
The WWW Virtual Library: Astronomy and Astrophysics
PICK OF THE WEEK (January 2, 1995) On January 3, 1995, it was agreed that the Astronomy and Astrophysics pages in the WWW Virtual-Library at CERN, which are maintained by Sergio Paoli at La Plata, will be computed from the AstroWeb database, and that links in those pages which are not already in the AstroWeb database will be added to the database. 
Radio-Astronomy Supplies Inc Homepage (W6/PA0ZN)
Supplies for Amateur Radio Astronomy en Radio Amateurs 
Astronomy at ExpertCentral.com
Astronomy questions? Get the answers you need from real experts. 
Astronomy Net Information for World Amateur Radio Astronomers League.
World Amateur Radio Astronomers League contact information. This is the site of the World Amateur Radio Astronomers League. 
Astronomy Educational Links
Astroweb - A vast number of astronomy sites organized by category Educator Resources General Astronomy Astronomy For Kids Starchild - A Learning Center for Young Astronomers 
Catalog of Galactic Supernova Remnants
England's Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory offers this catalog of SNRs and includes an abbreviation glossary, alternate names, and browsing. 
Radio Astronomy
Radio Astronomy. Radio astronomy is that part of Astronomy and Astrophysics that deals with the detection and interpretation of radio signals of... 
Kashima Space Research Center
Japanese lab specializes in researching and developing satellite communications technology. Read about earth observation and radio astronomy
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.