Galactic Plane Transit at 22.09 MHz

Simulation of the reception of our AOR-based dipole radiotelescope

Simulation of the reception of our AOR-based dipole radiotelescope

This is the first trial of a homebrew, very simple radiotelescope we just installed in Balovka. The goal was to capture the synchrotron emission during the galactic transit, particulary high-temperature regions nearby constellation Saggitarius, a centre of our Milky Way galaxy.  READ ON →

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M 42 Nomenclature

M 42 region names after historical observations of Herschel, Struve and Rosse published at SEDS

M 42 region names after historical observations of Herschel, Struve and Rosse published at SEDS

M42, the Great Orion Nebula, is probably one of the most interesting objects in the sky. The amount of details visible in a telescope of even very small diameter is exciting. This small project is an attempt to help ourselves to stay more oriented when referring to the visible features of M42.

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