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University of London Observatory Mars Observations - 2003 University of London Observatory Mars Observations - 2003 (South is up in all images) 2003 September 29, UT 2003 Telescope: Fry 8-inch refractor Camera:Astrovid Planetcam colour video CCD Observers:Dr. Mike Dworetsky and 2nd-year Diploma class students 2003 September 16, UT 2239
NRAO Technology Center The NRAO Technology Center (NTC) includes the (CDL) and the ALMA Electronics Division. The CDL develops and builds key components for ALMA, the VLA, VLBA, GBT, EVLA, as well as other projects and activities. The ALMA Electronics Division is responsible for the design, prototyping, and fabrication of many of the electronic components which will enable ALMA to receive and process the signals received from the cosmos. National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Charlottesville National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Charlottesville
NASA Seeks Suggestions for Mars Photos SpaceRef - Your Space Reference NASA Seeks Suggestions for Mars Photos SpaceRef - Your Space Reference Earth comes closer to Mars this month than it has in nearly 60,000 years, but one new opportunity for seeing details on the red planet comes from a vantage point much closer. The public has an unprecedented opportunity to suggest places on Mars that should be photographed from a spacecraft orbiting that planet. Camera operators for NASA's Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft are ready to take suggestions online for new places for images from the Mars Orbiter Camera.
Australia Telescope National Facility CSIRO, Australia's national science agency, operates a number of world-class radio astronomy observatories that are collectively known as the Australia Telescope National Facility or ATNF. The facility offers a powerful view of the southern hemisphere radio spectrum and supports world-leading research by Australian and international astronomers. CSIRO also manages the Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory, where the Square Kilometre Array telescope infrastructure in Australia is to be centred. Australia Telescope National Facility