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A site detailing the history of telescopes, from Galileo's telescope to the Spitzer space telescope.
Instructions for building two simple telescopes.
Introduction to various types of telescopes: Galilean , Newtonian etc.
Contains many detailed reviews and related articles on telescopes and their use in astronomy.
Links to various telescopes, eg radio, GLAST and other astronomy resources.
A series of images and questions about space telescopes such as hubble.
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?
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.
This excellent site gives a good, brief description of how Telescopes work, including refractors and reflectors. Part of HowStuffWorks.com., it contains good, clear diagrams.
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.
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