Make the Itty Bitty Radio Telescope

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Make the Itty Bitty Radio Telescope

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This looks like a really interesting, and fairly easy, project to build. The problem was, I wasn’t really sure what you could actually detect once you finished it. Luckily, the web site has a link to a PDF that has experiments you can perform with your new radio telescope.

This system is NOT a radio astronomy system to be used for serious sky surveys,
but it is a tremendous starter unit to give you the excitement of detecting the Sun,
your own body radiation or just 300 deg. K tree branches.

DIY radio telescope – Link
What to do next? – PDF Link

8 thoughts on “Make the Itty Bitty Radio Telescope

  1. Chad says:

    Oh wow, I may give this a try. I actually have an old dish from a previous carrier attached to my hou

  2. Johny says:

    Nice, Im going to try this out.

  3. Bill says:

    I’d like to have one, but don’t have time to make it.
    Also, some of those parts seem to be NLA. Reach me at
    w-b-r-u-n-o at g-mail without the -‘s.

    1. Marc de Vinck says:

      @Bill

      Maybe this will help…It seems to have some useful links.

      http://www.aoc.nrao.edu/epo/teachers/ittybitty/facts.html

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