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Gamma-ray Burst FAQ
Jul 24, 2001 ... Gamma ray bursts (GRBs for short) are intense and short (approximately 0.1-100 seconds long) bursts of gamma-ray radiation that occur all ...
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Laboratory Measurements of Millimeter-wave Continuum Opacity of ...
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML Jan 3, 2008 ... Band signal (Pacific Millimeter Products). . Sub-harmonic mixer for down-converting the D-Band signal (Pacific. Millimeter Products) ...
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CARMA 3mm Calibrators: BLLAC
Date, Freq, Flux, Approx +/-, Primary, File name. yyyymmdd, (GHz), (Jy), (Jy), Primary Name. 08JAN21, 91.976, 2.4, 0.4, URANUS, cx221.hmsfr.3.mir ...
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Palomar Observatory Public Home Page
Facilities include 200 inch, 60 inch, 48 inch, 18 inch, and the Snoop, and provides, general and visitor information, history, images, news, and research ...
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Gamma-ray Burst FAQ
Jul 24, 2001 ... Third, some of the gamma ray bursts occur during the day so we cannot use optical telescopes to look for them (in this case we can still ...
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Gamma-ray Burst FAQ
Jul 24, 2001 ... Third, some of the gamma ray bursts occur during the day so we cannot use optical telescopes to look for them (in this case we can still ...
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The Carnegie Supernova Program
File Format: Microsoft Powerpoint - View as HTML Antennae; planetary nebula H2 image. Magellan IR camera just commissioned last month [PANIC]. Antennae; planetary nebula H2 image. Magellan IR camera just ...
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Keck Science Meeting 2001
The annual meeting of the Keck Observatory user community, held this year at Caltech, has as its purpose to showcase recent and interesting results from the ...
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The Second Palomar Sky Survey (POSS II)
May 5, 2005 ... The first Palomar Observatory Sky Survey (POSS I) was carried out on ... the National Geographic Society and through a series of grants from ...
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Caltech Astronomy : Palomar Observatory Public Outreach
The reflections off of the Main Mission Antennas of these low-orbit commsats .... Books about Palomar facilities and scientists include: The Perfect Machine .... other schools to campus for 10 weeks to do research with Caltech faculty. ...
 
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