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Intriguing, precisely repeated radio pulses from the plane of our galaxy were discovered in the late 1960's and half-seriously attributed to "little green men" and called LGMs.
Links to various telescopes, eg radio, GLAST and other astronomy resources.
A discussion on the possible health implications of using mobile telephones.
Dr Karl Kruszelnicki used to be a "proper pukka scientist, engineer and doctor", but is currently an author and science commentator on Australian radio and television.
A site from the ThinkQuest competition about light giving brief descriptions of electromagnetic radiation from radio waves and microwaves to x rays and gamma rays.
Wonderful resource about observing the universe through radio,infra-red, visible, ultra-violet and gamma-rays.
Discover what makes life tick and where it might be headed. This podcast / radio show from the SETI Institute explores the nature, history, and future of life on this planet… and life’s possible ...
Sir Edward Appleton (1891 - 1965) devoted himself to scientific problems in atmospheric physics, using mainly radio techniques.
A range of resources on the electromagnetic spectrum and the different types of electromagnectic wave, from radio waves to gamma rays.
A brief description of how SETI, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, works with the help of radio telescopes. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.
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