Some astronomers are not looking for stars, planets or galaxies. They are searching for intelligent life in the universe beyond our planet.
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Learn about radio astronomy, a type of astronomy that studies objects in space using radio waves and radio telescopes.
Learn about the history, function, uses, benefits and risks of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) as a medical imaging technology.
When astronomers search for extraterrestrial life, they often have to listen for radio waves coming from deep space. If you’re interested, you can help!
Could we use radio waves to charge electrical technologies in the future?
Learn about the different types of radiation, how they interact with atoms and how they can affect you.