Plishner Radio Jupiter Astronomy Observations
The first long term observations at Plishner are based on the radio Jupiter system. The system utilizes a 20 Mhz dual dipole interferometer phased at 90 degrees toward the south. This enables the antenna system to improve gain toward the ecliptic in which Jupiter transits.
The radio telescope system is installed on a laptop at Plishner and remotely accessed via the internet. Below is the output of the system. It includes real-time monitoring of the 20 Mhz signal and the battery voltage of the battery system.
Plishner Radio Astronomy Jupiter System
All data is archived and is available to DSES members for use in research.
Contact Dr. Rich Russel for more information on accessing the collected data.