Radio Astronomy Episode 3, The Birth of Radio Astronomy Episode 3, The Birth of Radio Astronomy.
Streaming video - 2017
When young engineer Karl Jansky was tasked to find natural radio sources that could interfere with commercial transatlantic radio communications, radio astronomy was born. His work led to the discovery of synchrotron radiation. But it would be decades before scientists understood what these earliest radio astronomers had detected - cosmic rays and magnetic fields.
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