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More SPIDER 500A radio telescopes installed in Sharjah Academy for Astronomy, Space Sciences & Technology

More SPIDER 500A radio telescopes installed in Sharjah Academy for Astronomy, Space Sciences & Technology

26 December 2019

SPIDER 500A installed in Porto da Balsa radio astronomy station

SPIDER 500A installed in Porto da Balsa radio astronomy station

2 December 2019

SPIDER 300A installed in South African Astronomical Observatory headquarters in Cape Town

SPIDER 300A installed in South African Astronomical Observatory headquarters in Cape Town

28 June 2019

SPIDER 500A installed in Tanlaw Astro-chronometry Radio Observatory (TARO) in Scotland

SPIDER 500A installed in Tanlaw Astro-chronometry Radio Observatory (TARO) in Scotland

4 May 2019

SPIDER 500A installed at the Sharjah Center for Astronomy & Space Sciences – SCASS (Dubai, UAE)

SPIDER 500A installed at the Sharjah Center for Astronomy & Space Sciences – SCASS (Dubai, UAE)

27 April 2019

SPIDER 300A installed close to Dr. Karl Remeis-Sternwarte in Bamberg

SPIDER 300A installed close to Dr. Karl Remeis-Sternwarte in Bamberg

7 November 2018

5 February 2020

Introduction to radio interferometry

Radio interferometry is an advanced technique, developed by professional radio astronomers, that allows to use many smaller antennas instead of a too large one. In fact, when we think of…
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3 June 2019

Cassiopeia A recorded with SPIDER 300A radio telescope

Cassiopeia A it's an important object for radio astronomy, a supernova remnant located in Cassiopeia constellation with a flux of 2400 Jansky flux at 1420 MHz. Thanks to the large parabolic…
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20 May 2019

Radio2Space at Effelsberg radio telescope, 100 meters diameter

Radio2Space team visited the Effelsberg radio telescope in Germany that, thanks to its 100 meters diameter parabolic antenna, it's one of the largest fully steerable radio telescopes in the world! Operated by…
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