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Development Of An Automated Steerable Radio Telescope.
  • Pritam Dutta,
  • Rushil Saraswat
Pritam Dutta
Army Public School, West Bengal, India., ACIC MIET, Meerut Institute Of Engineering Technology, Meerut, UP,India, PICS - Pacif Institute of Cosmology and Selfology Sagara, Sambalpur, Odisha, India

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Rushil Saraswat
Cambridge Court High School,Jaipur,India


The paper presents an innovative approach towards the design and construction of a steerable radio telescope with an automated control system. The telescope uses a combination of motors and sensors to steer towards celestial objects of interest, with the ability to track moving targets such as satellites. The authors detail the technical specifications of the telescope, including its radio frequency range, sensitivity, and accuracy, and discuss the challenges encountered during its development. This research paper is highly relevant to the field of astrophysics as radio telescopes play a critical role in studying the properties of the universe. The development of an automated steerable radio telescope presents new opportunities for data collection and analysis, allowing astronomers to observe the universe more efficiently and effectively. The paper demonstrates the application of physics principles, such as mechanics and electromagnetism, in the design and operation of the telescope. The findings of this study can contribute to further research in astrophysics, including studies of the cosmic microwave background, radio galaxies, and other extragalactic sources. Overall, the development of an automated steerable radio telescope represents a significant advancement in the field of astrophysics and presents new avenues for research and discovery in the coming years.