Join in!

The Radio JOVE project welcomes the participation of students, teachers, ham radio operators, and any radio enthusiast interested in learning more about radio astronomy. You can build our radio telescope kit, use your own equipment, or just join in via the Internet. One of our main goals is to motivate people to learn about science by participating in a scientific activity, making measurements, analyzing data, and sharing and discussing their results with other observers. We provide a path for beginners to grow into citizen scientists capable of operating their own radio observatory and providing science-quality data to an archive.

3 Simple Steps to Join Radio JOVE

1. Register with us. This helps us communicate with you. We want to know who you are so we can have better interactions with you and help you with radio astronomy. (Information provided is only for the internal use of the Radio JOVE Project and will not be shared.)

2. Join our email list. Register with our group - and receive emails from the Radio JOVE project. This group is an invaluable source of information relating to all things Radio JOVE: general discussion, observing reports, technical support, predicted radio events, and announcements. You can unjoin our list at any time

3. Get involved. Visit our Getting Started web page for more about how to participate in Radio JOVE.

RJ students from France RJ students from Oregon Agawa Observatory Japan RJ at U. Calgary