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SARA members have the opportunity to use the remotely controlled 20 meter telescope located at GBO. This is the place to discuss it.
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SARA awards thousands of dollars each year to deserving projects. Ask about a grant here.
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SARA encourages student members. Discuss your projects or anything else here.
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In 1931 Karl Jansky accidentally discovered naturally occurring radio emissions from the sky. The inexplicable source of radio noise was identified in 1940 by Gröte Reber, using a radio telescope in the backyard of his home, as originating from our own galaxy, the Milky Way.
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Advances in electronics have offered amateur radio astronomers new relatively low cost instrumentation to observe radio emitting sources. Additionally, amateur astronomers have opportunities to use professional radio telescopes that have become available through public outreach grants.
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A number of specialized analytical techniques are used in radio astronomy and some of more common ones are noted in this section. Amateur radio astronomers are always seeking new improvements in experimental designs as new technologies provide such opportunities.
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One of the easiest ways to participate and observe in radio astronomy focuses on radio emissions within the Solar Systems. Several low cost kits are available for such projects including SuperSID, INSPIRE, Radio Jove, and the Itty Bitty Telescope (IBT).
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