Ohio Sky Survey

Ohio Sky Survey

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  • A Flight Through the Universe, by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey

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  • SYND 15/10/73 UFO SPOTTED IN THE SKIES OVER OHIO

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  • New frontiers in astronomy: 20 years of SDSS galaxy surveys

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  • Welcome to Ohio State!

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  • How does a radio telescope work?

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  • Wavelength

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  • Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

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  • Magnetic Inclination and Declination

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  • Gravitas: 'Strange' radio waves detected from the heart of the Milky Way

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  • 7 Basic Terms in Field Astronomy

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The Ohio Sky Survey was an astronomical survey of extragalactic radio sources. Data were taken between 1965 and 1971 using the Big Ear radio telescope at the Ohio State University Radio Observatory (OSURO), also known as the "Big Ear Radio Observatory (BERO)".

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