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Fantastic website offering answers to science questions, with a focus on astronomy. Features FAQs, audio interviews and astronomy guides on what to look out for in tonight's sky.
Got a pressing question about astronomy? With over 10 years worth of answered questions in their archive and a panel of astronomers on hand, the answer you're after can't be far away.
A downloadable pdf guide explaining what radio astronomy is and what it is used for.
NASA page all about radio waves and radio astronomy
Links to various telescopes, eg radio, GLAST and other astronomy resources.
A series of articles about radio and optical astronomy. The site also deals with 'Big Bang' cosmology. The interactive sections include quizzes and games.
Even today it seems like magic. You turn on your radio and, somehow, sound sent from a distant radio station fills the room. How does radio transmission work?
Satellite radio is poised to change the way we listen to music. Find out how digital radio gets from Earth to satellite to you!. From HowStuffWorks.com.
This site aims to provide education resources and general information on astronomy to the public. The sites main emphasis is on teaching astronomy at schools and universities.
This site shows how a radio is tuned using a variable capacitor connected to a simple antenna transformer circuit. Includes a description of reactance equalization.
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