There is also an FTP server , with contents: Various AIPS tasks and support routines for the processing of Australia Telescope data; Observing proposals and documentation related to the use and operation of the Australia Telescope, including vistors guides to all the ATNF sites; The Karma package (library and applications for Signal and Image Processing; A spectral line reduction package which can read a number of formats including those used by the Parkes 64m telescope; Another spectral line reduction package specifically for the reduction of spectral line data from the Parkes 64m telescope; - README
g77. It comes with opacity tables, nuclear reaction rates and simple input files. This code is a modified version of the CESAM code originally written by P. Morel from Nice Observatory (France) and it has been already used in many published works.
There is a mirror site at: http://galileo.ivv.nasa.gov/
The content for Sci-Spy has been created in consultation with Irish teachers. Sci-Spy will support teachers and students in the adoption and delivery of the new primary science curriculum recently introduced in Ireland.
This site is all about astronomers working together to develop and perform radio astronomy.
The KLENOT telescope was constructed using a 1.06-m primary mirror and a primary focus corrector to obtain a plane field of view 33 x 33 arcminutes. This telescope is equipped with a CCD camera Photometrics Series 300.