Radio Astronomy

Radio Astronomy is a branch of astronomy that focuses on the study of celestial objects and phenomena using radio waves. Researchers in this field employ radio telescopes and detectors to collect and analyze radio frequency emissions from objects in space, such as stars, galaxies, quasars, and cosmic microwave background radiation. Radio astronomy provides valuable insights into the structure, composition, and behavior of these objects, often revealing hidden aspects of the universe that are not observable in visible light. It is a vital component of modern astronomical research, contributing to our understanding of the cosmos.

    Related Conference of Radio Astronomy

    November 14-15, 2024

    5th International Conference on Physics

    Tokyo, Japan

    Radio Astronomy Conference Speakers