The Radio Universe II: the Best of the Very Large Array (VLA) (Slide Set Number 67)
 

The Sun

  • Slide 1: The Sun at various wavelengths
  • Slide 2: The Sun at different levels of activity
Planets
  • Slide 3: Radar images of Mars
  • Slide 4: Jupiter
  • Slide 5: Saturn
Supernovae and Supernova Remnants
  • Slide 6: Supernova 1986J
  • Slide 7: Supernova 1986J remnant
  • Slide 8: The Crab Nebula
  • Slide 9: Pulsar and supernova remnant
  • Slide 10: The Veil Nebula
The Center of the Milky Way
  • Slide 11: The center of the Milky Way
  • Slide 12: Sagittarius A*
  • Slide 13: A transient source near the galactic center
Spiral Galaxies
  • Slide 14: The Spiral Galaxy M83 (NGC 5236)
  • Slides 15 and 16: Northeast half of M31 (Andromeda Galaxy)
  • Slides 17 and 18: Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1808
Dwarf Galaxy
  • Slides 19 and 20: Holmberg II (UGC 4305)
Radio Galaxies and Jets
  • Slide 21: Fornax A (NGC 1316)
  • Slide 22: Radio Galaxy 3C 219
  • Slide 23: Radio jets and galaxies
  • Slide 24: Magnetic field surrounding Hydra A
  • Slide 25: Hot spot of 3C 33 South
Colliding Galaxies
  • Slide 26: Markarian 171
  • Slide 27: NGC 7252
Gravitational Lenses
  • Slides 28 and 29: Quasar and foreground galaxy
  • Slide 30: Einstein ring
 
 

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