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radio-astronomy

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  • Ginzburg shared the 2003 Nobel Prize in physics for his work on superconductors, but contributed to many other fields of study, including quantum theory, astrophysics, radio-astronomy and diffusion of cosmic radiation in the Earth's atmosphere.

    Physicist Vitaly Ginzburg Dies at age 93 | Universe Today

  • Since the large horn antenna I had planned to use for radio-astronomy was still engaged in the

    Arno Penzias - Autobiography

  • Now when you have for about a year extended your investigations in an attempt to explore the secrets of the Milky Way with the help of radio-astronomy, this is not to be interpreted as a form of escapism from a demoralized world, but as an effort to get closer to the mysteries of creation.

    Patrick M.S. Blackett - Banquet Speech

  • For live 24hr sound from space, see: www. radio-astronomy.net

    WN.com - Articles related to NASA wants to send you to the moon - Lyrically speaking

  • Multiple announcements today by Science and Innovation Minister Troy Buswell demonstrated the Liberal-National Government's strong commitment to maintaining Western Australia's bid to secure the internationally significant Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio-astronomy project.

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  • In a career that spanned seven decades, Dr. Ginzburg authored several groundbreaking studies in various fields -- such as quantum theory, astrophysics, radio-astronomy and diffusion of cosmic radiation in the Earth's atmosphere -- that were of "Nobel Prize caliber," said Gennady Mesyats, the director of the Lebedev Physics Institute in Moscow, where Dr. Ginzburg worked.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • In a career that spanned seven decades, Ginzburg authored several groundbreaking studies in various fields - such as quantum theory, astrophysics, radio-astronomy and diffusion of cosmic radiation in the Earth's atmosphere - that were of "Nobel Prize calibre," said Gennady Mesyats, the director of the Lebedev Physics Institute in Moscow, where Ginzburg worked.

    Edmonton Sun

  • a radio-astronomy experiment of my choosing; the equipment-building went better than the observations.

    Arno Penzias - Autobiography

  • a radio-astronomy observatory and its supporting computer centre.

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