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    • Amateur Radio Astronomy
      A radio-telescope project observing the natural radio emissions of neutral hydrogen atoms throughout space.
    • EME, SETI, Radio Astronomy and HAMs
      Dedicated to building bridges between the EME, SETI and Radio Astronomy Amateur Interest Groups.
    • Introduction to Radio Astronomy
      Starting point for some basic facts about radio astronomy, what radio astronomers do, how radio telescopes work, and the kinds of research done with radio telescopes.
    • Basics of Radio Astronomy
      This workbook was developed to support training for the Goldstone-Apple Valley Radio Telescope, but is a resource applicable to all radio astronomy.
    • 408 MHz Survey
      Survey of galactic synchrotron radiation at 408 MHz in the south of England using a 10 metre dish and a Dicke radiometer
    • Project Bambi
      An amateur observatory using a 4 GHz TVRO antenna.
    • 408 MHz Survey - Survey of galactic synchrotron radiation at 408 MHz in the south of England using a 10 metre dish and a Dicke radiometer
      [ Hits: 2595 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 8.5 ]
    • Amateur Radio Astronomy - A radio-telescope project observing the natural radio emissions of neutral hydrogen atoms throughout space.
      [ Hits: 5824 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 8 ]
    • Amateur Radio Astronomy in North Yorkshire - Amateur radio-telescope project of a retired seafarer.
      [ Hits: 1267 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 7.6 ]
    • Amatorska Radioastronomia - Amateur Radioastronomy in Poland
      [ Hits: 871 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 8 ]
    • Arecibo Observatory - The largest radio telescope in the world.
      [ Hits: 738 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 10 ]
    • ATNF - Australia Telescope National Facility - Operates the Australia Telescope, a set of radio telescopes in New South Wales. These telescopes are used, individually or together, to study objects in the Universe ranging from the remains of dead stars to entire galaxies.
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    • Basics of Radio Astronomy - This workbook was developed to support training for the Goldstone-Apple Valley Radio Telescope, but is a resource applicable to all radio astronomy.
      [ Hits: 2694 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 10 ]
    • Caltech Submillimeter Observatory (CSO) - A 10.4-meter diameter, submillimeter spectrum telescope. Situated at the top of Mauna Kea, Big island, Hawaii.
      [ Hits: 526 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0 ]
    • Cavendish Astrophysics Homepage - Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory
      [ Hits: 501 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0 ]
    • EME, SETI, Radio Astronomy and HAMs - Dedicated to building bridges between the EME, SETI and Radio Astronomy Amateur Interest Groups.
      [ Hits: 3464 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 4.75 ]
    • EME, SETI, Radio Astronomy, DSP, and Radio Amateurs - Site dedicated to amateur radio astronomy, providing information on Earth-Moon-Earth (EME) communication, the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence
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    • F5VLB amateur radio astronomy station - F5VLB and EA4EOZ have designed a small but powerful system using satfinder and standard LNB to make radioastronomy. A step by step descritpion for the novice about radioastronomy, VLB and listening to echo of meteorite.
      [ Hits: 1438 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 10 ]
    • Introduction to Radio Astronomy - Starting point for some basic facts about radio astronomy, what radio astronomers do, how radio telescopes work, and the kinds of research done with radio telescopes.
      [ Hits: 3073 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 5 ]
    • Jodrell Bank - Nuffield Radio Astronomy Laboratories (NRAL) - 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.
      [ Hits: 462 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 10 ]
    • Luxorion ON4SKY website - Thierry Lombry, LX4SKY (aka ON4SKY) has developped a excellent educational website mainly devoted to amateur astronomy but it includes also a large section dealing with amateur radio activities includes several interesting pages about radio astronomy and SETI
      [ Hits: 803 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 9 ]
    • marnic.org - F5VLB and EA4EOZ have designed a small but powerful system using satfinder and standard LNB to make radioastronomy. A step by step descritpion for the novice about radioastronomy, VLB and listening to echo of meteorite.
      [ Hits: 374 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0 ]
    • MOST - The Molonglo Observatory Synthesis Telescope
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    • Multi-SETI@Home Monitor - A graphical add-on package to monitor seti@home activity that may be running on multiple computers over a network or multiple instances on the same computer. Runs on Windows or Linux.
      [ Hits: 1032 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 6.25 ]
    • National Radio Astronomy Observatory - Research facility of National Science Foundation, operates many radio telescope observatories.
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    • Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute - Non-profit public foundation dedicated to providing research and educational access to optical and radio astronomy. Located in Rosman, North Carolina.
      [ Hits: 511 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0 ]
    • Project Bambi - An amateur observatory using a 4 GHz TVRO antenna.
      [ Hits: 2439 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 8.33 ]
    • Radio Astronomy Supplies - Supplier of Radio Telescopes and associated equipment since 1994.
      [ Hits: 1039 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 8 ]
    • Radio-Sky Publishing - Resources for amateur radio astronomers, teachers, and students.
      [ Hits: 913 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 2 ]
    • SETI League - A non-profit educational and scientific organization devoted to privatizing the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence.
      [ Hits: 487 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0 ]
    • Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers - SARA is a dedicated group of people that formed an international society to learn, trade technical information and do their own observations of the radio sky
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    • The Onsala Space Observatory - Located 30 miles south of Gothenburg, Sweden
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    • The University of Calgary Radio Astronomy Laboratory - Radio astronomy research at the University of Calgary
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    • The Very Small Array (VSA) - in Tenerife (Canary Islands). Designed to study fluctuations in the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) thought to originate from the period immediately following the big bang. Operated by Cambridge and Manchester Universities (UK).
      [ Hits: 847 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 10 ]
    • To the Moon and back: reflecting a radio signal to calculate the distance - Using a simple calculation, measure the distance between Earth and the Moon with the help of a local amateur radio station
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    • Wavelab - Multi-frequency radio interferometers
      [ Hits: 449 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0 ]
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