The Radio-Sky Spectrograph software, RSS, (https://www.radiosky.com/specdownload.html) is the preferred spectrograph recording & display software for Radio JOVE. The latest installation update of RSS (Version 2.9.63) is available at: http://radiosky.com/spec/Spectrograph_2_9_63.exe
SDR-based Radio Telescope Kits are here!
The Radio JOVE Project is now offering decametric radio telescope kits that use the SDRPlay RSP1A receiver. These enable our participants to observe a range of frequencies simultaneously. See the Kit Orders page.
Read the March 2022 Special Issue of the Radio JOVE Bulletin for more information.
Video: Historic Maryland — Jupiter Radio Emissions
A film crew has created a short video on the story behind the Maryland Historic Marker which recognizes the location where the discovery of Jupiter's Radio Emissions took place in 1955.
20+ Years of Radio JOVE:
The Radio JOVE Project turned 20 years-old in 2019! Here's remembering all those who have made the project go over the years, some who are, sadly, no longer with us. Thank you to all those who support and participate in Radio JOVE.
Radio JOVE team member Larry Dodd live-streams his radio spectrograph data and audio on YouTube. The spectrograph data come from an SDRplay receiver operating over the 16–24 MHz frequency range. The audio is streamed from an original Radio JOVE receiver tuned to 20.1 MHz. See and hear his live data here: https://youtube.com/channel/UCtawz3MnMBwjz9ShhSC0ygQ/live.
Radio JOVE students and amateur scientists from around the world observe and analyze natural radio emissions of Jupiter, the Sun, and our galaxy using their own easy to construct radio telescopes.
What's New: Our Project announces Radio JOVE 2.0, where participants assemble a 16-24 MHz radio spectrograph to observe solar, Jupiter, Galactic, and Earth-based natural radio emissions and share their observations with fellow participants.
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