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Radio astronomy

Discovering an Invisible Universe

Before 1931, to study astronomy meant to study the objects visible in the night sky. Indeed, , we had no idea that there was any other way to observe the universe beyond our atmosphere. In 1931, we did know about the electromagnetic spectrum. We knew that visible light included only a small range of wavelengths and frequencies of energy. All we needed to detect this radiation was a new kind of “eyes.”

 

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