Get the latest from the Hubble space telescope.
You can download images like this map of Pluto.
- Arecibo Observatory
- National Radio Astronomy Observatory (USA).
- The Very Large Array (VLA) consists of 27 antennas arranged in a huge Y pattern up to 22 miles across. Each antenna is 25 meters (81 feet) in diameter and it is located on the Plains of San Augustine, west of Socorro, in New Mexico, USA.
- Jodrell Bank.
- Darrel Emerson, (AA7FV, G3SYS) has written some interesting articles relating to radio astronomy topics. Here is his
and here is his page at the
- Here is a link to SkyView
which will plot a map of the radio sky.
- Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers - SARA.
- Radio-Sky Publishers, and their page of
- AF9Y's EME & Weak Signal Page.
EME stands for Earth-Moon-Earth, ie communication by reflecting radio signals
off the Moon.
- Tom (W3IWI) Clark's
Totally Accurate Clock.
- Want to help with the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Inteligence?
Then take a look at the SETI League home page.
This is what the 'Wow' signal looked like. It was
received at the
Big Ear radio observatory in 1977.
Here is a bigger version of the 'Wow' image.
- The Space Enviroment Lab's current
- Solar Eclipse Bulletins
- NASA's Primary digital image collection - PDS.
- See the sky right now from Long Wavelength Array in New Mexico! Real-time radio Astronomy!
- What is Astronomy? Find out about Astronomy via the online resources here.
Here is a false-colour image showing the entire sky, measured at 408 MHz. The data, from SkyView is shown in an RA-dec coordinate frame. The angular resolution of the image is 0.85 degrees.
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