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Instructional Materials

The Haystack Observatory Undergraduate research program includes the development and use of a Small Radio Telescope (SRT) and remote access to a 37-m radio telescope for research. This page provides access to the instructional materials that have been developed for the two instruments as well as general materials for use by teachers in bringing radio astronomy into their curricula.

Radio Astronomy

37-m projects

SRT projects

SRT Interferometry projects

Talk on Radio Astronomy Receivers/Detectors

Essential Radio Astronomy, J.J. condon and S.M. Ransom, National Radio Astronomy Observatory

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