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Space Telescope Science Institute: Latest Hubble Space Telescope Observations

A Hubble space telescope site, with the latest news and pictures.

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Making Waves: The First Woman Radio Astronomer

A review of the book about the first female radio astronomer, Ruby Payne-Scott.

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How physics ended the nighttime radio war between the US and Mexico

Physics had a large role to play in the battle of the airwaves in the early days of radio because of skywaves.

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The Naked Scientists

A group of scientists who use radio, live lecture and the internet to promote science. The site contains podcasts of radio shows, interviews, archived Q&A and much more.

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How Radio Works

A brief description of how Radio works. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.

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The Night Sky

This page shows you what to look out for in the night sky whether using a telescope or the naked eye. It also has good advice if you are thinking of buying a telescope or binoculars.

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The Very Large Telescope (VLT)

Page on ESO's Very Large Telescope, the world's most advanced visible-light astronomical observatory.

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Basics of Radio astronomy

A downloadable pdf guide explaining what radio astronomy is and what it is used for.

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How the enormous mirrors on the world's largest telescope are made

A Q&A with Buddy Martin, an astronomer and University of Arizona Project Scientist, who worked on the mirrors for the Giant Magellan Telescope.

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How Amateur Radio Works

A brief description of how Ham Radio works. From HowStuffWorks.com.

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