Astrophysics

   

Radio Astronomy Below 1 Hz

Authors: Frank H. Makinson

There is multi-century visual evidence that extremely long wavelength electromagnetic emissions are present in the universe. The megawalls of galaxies in both directions from Earth identify the presence of extremely long cyclic processes. Many long period events have been detected with instruments and visual observations, but never associated with electromagnetic waves. Optical and radio telescopes can maintain a constant celestial reference point for a fraction of a day, but this duration is sufficient to detect signals that are below 1 Hz. The electromagnetic emissions that are generated at or near our galactic core would be those that we should be able to detect directly. As lower frequency antenna/sensors become available the spectrum that needs to be scanned will gradually increase.

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