Radio Astronomy
You can receive radio signals directly from space

The Radio JOVE Project

Join the Radio JOVE project, build your own Decametric Radio Telescope with help from NASA, the University of Florida, and others, and hear signals coming directly from the Sun, Jupiter and our galaxy.

You can join the Radio JOVE project and build your own Decametric Radio Telescope with help from NASA, the University of Florida, and others. Radio JOVE is an education and outreach project aimed mainly at high school students, but available to all interested individuals. A number of the current participants are ham radio operators. The idea is to build a radio telescope from a kit that is made available on a non-profit basis. This enables participants to first learn the basics of radio astronomy and then to become more involved by taking further steps to learn more.

Visit NASA's Radio JOVE website to learn more about the project.

Listen to recorded radio signals from space.

Also see The Stanford Space Weather Monitor Program.

 


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