Kosmische Hintergrundstrahlung Scene Info click for Module Menu Start Branching Point Module: Kosmische Hintergrundstrahlung Sequence: Start Branching Point: The Most Ancient Radiation in the Universe Sequence: Cosmic Background Radiation Slide: Where Everything Started From Slide: The Cosmological Timeline Slide: Nucleosynthesis Slide: Recombination Era Slide: The Universe Becomes Transparent Slide: How did Anisotropies Form in Early Universe? Slide: The Origin of Galaxies and Clusters Sequence: peebles Slide: Nucleosynthesis in the Big Bang Slide: Extracts from Alan Guth's The Inflationary Universe: The Quest for a New Theory of Cosmic Origins. Sequence: The Tenerife Experiment Slide: The Tenerife Experiment Slide: Twin-Horn Microwave Receivers Slide: Function Principle of a Twin Horn Receiver Slide: Slide: Tenerife Experiment: The Result Sequence: COBE Slide: The COBE Satellite Slide: Slide: COBE Instruments Slide: The Differential Microwave Radiometer Slide: Sky Maps from COBE Slide: Fluctuations in the Cosmisc Background Radiation Sequence: WMAP Slide: The WMAP Satellite Slide: Results of the WMAP Mission Slide: The Microwave Sky as Seen by WMAP Back Forward The Differential Microwave Radiometer The channels of the main COBE instrument, the DMR were tuned to receive microwave radiation at 31.5, 53 and 90 Giga Hertz. The DMR collected data, oribiting around the Earth at an altitude of 900 km, until 1994. Source: NASA/COBE [ Sitemap ] [ info ] This website was created with Virtual Spaces.