The Radio Universe (Slide Set Number 66)
 

Radio instruments

  • Slide 1: Basic radio telescope
  • Slide 2: How an interferometer works
  • Slide 3: The Very Large Array Radio Telescope
  • Slide 4: Data reduction steps

Black-and-white (gray scale) radiographs; Supernova remnants

  • Slide 5: The supernova remnant Cassiopeia A
  • Slide 6: The supernova remnant Taurus A

Radio galaxies

  • Slide 7: The radio galaxy, Cygnus A
  • Slide 8: The west lobe of the radio galaxy, Cygnus A
  • Slide 9: The twin tail radio galaxy, 3C 75
  • Slide 10: Hercules A (3C 348)
  • Slide 11: NGC 6251 (whole field)

The center of the galaxy

  • Slide 12: Sagittarius A
  • Slide 13: Sagittarius A filaments in close-up

Contour maps; Radio galaxies in zoom

  • Slide 14: NGC 6251 in zoom
  • Slide 15: 3C 120

Color radiographs; Planetary nebula

  • Slide 16: NGC 7354
  • Slide 17: NGC 6543

Supernova remnants

  • Slide 18: Cassiopeia A
  • Slide 19: Tycho's supernova

A normal galaxy

  • Slide 20: M51

Solar system objects

  • Slide 21: Radio brightness of the Sun
  • Slide 22: Jupiter
  • Slide 23: Saturn

Radio galaxies

  • Slide 24: NGC 326
  • Slide 25: NGC 315
  • Slide 26: 3C 449
  • Slide 27: 1919+479
  • Slide 28: Centaurus A (NGC 5128)
  • Slide 29: NGC 1265 (3C 83, 1B;0314+416)
  • Slide 30: M84 (NGC 4374; 3C 272.1)
  • Slide 31: M82 (3C 231; NGC 3034)

Quasars

  • Slide 32: 2300-189
  • Slide 33: 0957+561; gravitational lens

Radio jets close-up

  • Slide 34: NGC 6251
  • Slide 35: Virgo A (M87; NGC 4486; 3C 274)

Objects in our galaxy

  • Slide 36: SS 433
  • Slide 37: S106
  • Slide 38: M17

The galactic center close-up

  • Slide 39: Sagitarrius A nucleus

A cluster of galaxies

  • Slide 40: Virgo cluster galaxies
 
 

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