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Radio Astronomy: Observing the Invisible Universe

Explore the thrilling world of pulsars, quasars, and supermassive black holes with an active radio astronomer.

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r********m
April 20, 2019

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d********u
April 16, 2019
I have watched/listened to over 20 courses, and this would rank in my top two. I had already done extensive reading on astronomy in general, but a focus on radio astronomy casts the entire subject in a different light. The tour of the Green Bank Radio Telescope was really impressive, and the filming does begin to give an idea of just how big that telescope is. The lecture style is also very well-done: informative and easy to follow.

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m********m
March 14, 2019
Great course. Really framed it finally for me, and now I understand better what I read.

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