THE MAURITIUS RADIO TELESCOPE

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Bouncing ball MRT has celebrated its 10 years of existence on the 4th November 2002 !!

There was an OPEN DAY at the Mauritius Radio Telescope (Bras d'eau) on Saturday, 16th November 2002 from 10.00 h 17.00 h, where some 500 people came to visit.

Bouncing ball SOME PHOTOS TAKEN ON THE "OPEN DAY"

A picture of the "small halo" recently seen in Mauritius on Monday, 28th October, 2002 taken by Dr(Mrs)Nalini Issur and Mr L Cuppoor from the Physics dept.. here

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We are most probably the last telescope to be able to have a good look at the Southern sky successfully at a low Radio Frequency; before human progress kills this possibility.

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Part of the East array

Bouncing ball 1997 CONFERENCE on LOW FREQUENCY RADIOASTRONOMY

Bouncing ball Tenth UN-ESA Workshop on Basic Space Science, 25-29 June 2001, University of Mauritius, MAURITIUS

Bouncing ball For B.Sc. Physics students (2010-2011)

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