Astrophysik: Fenster zum Kosmos Scene Info click for Module Menu Start Branching Point Module: Astrophysik: Fenster zum Kosmos Sequence: Start Branching Point: Windows to the Universe Sequence: radio astronomy branch Branching Point: Radioastronomy Sequence: Effelsberg - tek Slide: The Effelsberg Radiotelescope Slide: Slide: The moving telescope Slide: Slide: The Very Long Baseline Interferometry Slide: VLBI Network Slide: Slide: The Arecibo Telescope Slide: The Very Large Array Sequence: mw-map Slide: How does the Milky Way look if we observe it with a radiotelescope ? Slide: Slide: Sequence: science_with_effi Slide: Galaxy NGC 1052 Slide: Galaxy NGC 1052 observed from 1995 to 2001 Slide: Quasar 3C273 Slide: The Quasar 3C273 and the jet Slide: Quasar 3C273 observed from 1995 to 2001 Slide: Quasar 3C279 Slide: Quasar 3C279: the jet changes direction Sequence: SN1993 Slide: Galaxy M81 Slide: The explosion Slide: SuperNova 1993J Slide: SuperNova 1993J Sequence: neutrinos Slide: Neutrinos ... Slide: AMANDA, a neutrino telescope within the South Polar ice shield, ... Slide: Probe of the AMANDA neutrino telescope Slide: Principle model of the AMANDA telescope Slide: Cerenkov radiation ... Slide: If the light cone of a myon ... Slide: Neutrino astronomy is an adventure: Slide: Probe of the AMANDA successor IceCube Forward Galaxy M81 M81 is a quite similar galaxy to our Milky Way, located only 12 light years away from here. It is a spiral galaxy, as can be seen by observing its two long spiral arms. Credits: NASA/JPL/S. Willner (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA) [ Sitemap ] [ info ] This website was created with Virtual Spaces.