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"One big eye - Effelsberg Radio Telescope", 





    
        

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"One big eye - Effelsberg Radio Telescope"

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Effelsberg 100-m Radio Telescope is a radio telescope in in Bad Münstereifel, Germany.
It weights 3200 tons and operates at wavelength of 3.5-900 mm. The data is aquired pixel by pixel. It doesn't fear full moon neither clouds. Although sun is a problem. The telescope is operated by the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Bonn.

During my visit on the astronomy day , the scientists were presenting their field of interest like
Fast Radio Bursts (FRB). The gathering included a live demonstration of the HB9 Supernova remnant. The HB9 SNR may be the oldest (4.600 BC) recorded SNR know to mankind.
http://www.tifr.res.in/~archaeo/papers/Prehistoric%20astronomy/Oldest%20Supernova%20record%20in%20Kashmir.pdf

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