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BASICS OF RADIO ASTRONOMY-meros Θ (ΤΕΛΕΟΝ-continued from 22/02/11)

Our Place in the Universe Objectives: When you complete this chapter, you will be able to describe the relative position of Earth in the solar system and our solar system in the galaxy; describe the approximate size of the known … Continue reading

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BASICS OF RADIO ASTRONOMY-meros H (continued from 08/10/10)

  Planetary Sources and Their Satellites Unlike stars, the radio energy observed from planets and their satellites (except the Jupiter systemand, to a small extent, Saturn) is mostly thermal blackbody radiation. The wavelengths ofradiation observed from these bodies gives us … Continue reading

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