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Radio telescope receiver at dusk : Stock Photo
RT's must be extremely large to receive signals & focus them to produce sharp images. Incoming radio waves are focused by the parabolic surface (the dish) onto a small horn antenna.Critical parts are often cooled to absolute zero to obtain best images.

Radio telescope receiver at dusk

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RT's must be extremely large to receive signals & focus them to produce sharp images. Incoming radio waves are focused by the parabolic surface (the dish) onto a small horn antenna.Critical parts are often cooled to absolute zero to obtain best images.
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A & L Sinibaldi
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The Image Bank
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Radio Telescope Receiver At Dusk Stock Photo 322697-001Night,No People,Astronomy,Back Lit,Color Image,Communication,Dusk,Horizontal,Outdoors,Photography,Radio Telescope,Silhouette,Sky,TechnologyPhotographer Collection: The Image Bank RT's must be extremely large to receive signals & focus them to produce sharp images. Incoming radio waves are focused by the parabolic surface (the dish) onto a small horn antenna.Critical parts are often cooled to absolute zero to obtain best images.