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 The Effelsberg Radiotelescope The Effelsberg Radio Telescope started operations in 1972. The Effelsberg Radio Telescope is the second largest fully steerable parabolic antenna in the world. The telescope can observe radiowaves with wavelengths included between 90 cm and 3.5 mm. MPI for Radioastronomy [ Sitemap ] [ info ] This website was created with Virtual Spaces.