Welcome to the University of Hawaii Windward Community College Radio Observatory. Operating as part of NASA's Radio Jove project the observatory receives radio noise bursts from the planet Jupiter and from the Sun. These signals are being made available in real-time over the Internet. You can also view and hear examples of solar and Jovian radio noise bursts and visit the NASA archive of past observations.
If you have a high-speed Internet connection then you will want to listen to our Windows Media streaming audio signal. If you are using a slow modem then connect to our signal strength channel. Using this channel you will not hear the bursts, but you can produce a stripchart record.
Jovian signals are most likely during predicted radio noise storms, while solar radio bursts can occur at any time and may be received as the Sun passes over Hawaii. Learn more about radio signals from Jupiter and the Sun. Meet our team and checkout our links.
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