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Navigation Satellite Position Measurement
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Polarized X-rays from space
 
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Long wavelength astronomy with GMRT
Murchison Widefield Array
Light low-cost antennas
Molecules in Space
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Molecules in Space
 
A 10.4 m radio telescope is located in the RRI campus – it is being readied for a survey of spectral line emission from silicon monoxide molecules in stellar envelopes in the central parts of our Milky Way Galaxy – to study the dynamics of the spheroidal bulge component of our Galaxy. Click here for more...

 
 
Polarized X-rays from space
 
RRI astronomers are developing methods of detecting polarized X-rays from celestial bodies – to build X-ray instruments that can detect polarized X-rays, which will be launched into space, and open new eyes to celestial phenomena.
Click here to know more or contact Prof. Biswajit Paul.
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
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