Sunday, September 10, 2006

Science and Technology, Radio Telescope

Courtesy NASA/JPL-CaltechGoldstone radio telescope used by students High Resolution Image. The telescope is one of several large parabolic antennas at the Goldstone complex of the worldwide Deep Space Network that JPL manages for NASA.
It spans 34 meters (112 feet) from rim to rim and stands nine stories tall. NASA used it for years as a communications antenna supporting solar-system exploration missions such as the Mariners, Voyagers and Galileo. When newer communications antennas replaced it in that role, this big dish became the centerpiece of the Goldstone-Apple Valley Radio Telescope Project. FULL TEXT

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