Radio Astronomy

Radio astronomy is the subfield of astronomy that revisions spiritual objects at radio frequencies. The initial detection of the radio waves from the astronomical object was created in the year of 1930s when Karl Jansky observed that the radiation coming back from the extra galactic nebula. Subsequent observations have known a variety of various sources of the radio waves. These embrace stars and galaxies, likewise as entirely new categories of objects like radio galaxies, quasars, and pulsars.

 

  • Gamma-ray astronomy
  • Infrared astronomy
  • Radar astronomy
  • X-ray Astronomy
  • Atacama Large Millimeter Array

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