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Telescope Design

A collection of data tables related to telescope design.

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How Radio Scanners Work

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

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Building a Simple Crystal Radio

A set of instructions for building a crystal radio at home, includes photos to help.

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The Best of the Hubble Space Telescope

The site gives a very wide range of links on Hubble space telescope and astronomy showing various images.

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How Radio Controlled Toys Work

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

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Hubble: a view to the edge of space

Very interesting Hubble space telescope site. Includes background, tour, servicing and a history of the telescope. Also provides both live webcam and live webcasts.

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Crystal Radio

Instructions and circuit diagrams for building a crystal radio circuit.

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Fm Radio

FM radio uses the electrical image of a sound source to modulate the frequency of a carrier wave. At the receiver end in the detection process, that image is stripped back off the carrier and turned ...

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AM Radio

AM radio uses the electrical image of a sound source to modulate the amplitude of a carrier wave. At the receiver end in the detection process, that image is stripped back off the carrier and turned ...

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Susan Jocelyn Bell Burnell

This a biography of radio astronomer Susan Jocelyn Bell Burnell, who discovered the first pulsar (stars that release regular bursts of radio waves) in 1967.

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