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The [http://opensourceradiotelescopes.org/ Open Source Radio Telescopes] Project is a new educational program which aims to inspire students (learners) of all ages and backgrounds to pursue their STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) interests by providing them hands-on opportunities to construct and observe with simple radio telescopes. OSRT makes open source software, instructions, and curricula available online (see [http://opensourceradiotelescopes.org/ http://opensourceradiotelescopes.org/] ).
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The [http://opensourceradiotelescopes.org/ Open Source Radio Telescopes] is a new educational program which aims to inspire students (learners) of all ages and backgrounds to pursue their STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) interests by providing them hands-on opportunities to construct and observe with simple radio telescopes. OSRT makes open source software, instructions, and curricula available online (see [http://opensourceradiotelescopes.org/ http://opensourceradiotelescopes.org/] ).
  
 
At the [https://www.gnuradio.org/grcon-2018/ GNU Radio Conference 2018] GNU Radio Educators Breakout Session, we will be giving away free [http://opensourceradiotelescopes.org/wk/index.php?title=Amateur_HI_Telescope HI Horn Antenna Electronics Kits]. These are a $200 value, but more importantly includes the most sensitive (we think) room temperature Low Noise Amplifier available, which you cannot get anywhere else. The kit will have full instructions, and is everything you need to make a complete radio telescope, apart from the general hardware (available from any hardware store) and a computer to run the GNU Radio software.
 
At the [https://www.gnuradio.org/grcon-2018/ GNU Radio Conference 2018] GNU Radio Educators Breakout Session, we will be giving away free [http://opensourceradiotelescopes.org/wk/index.php?title=Amateur_HI_Telescope HI Horn Antenna Electronics Kits]. These are a $200 value, but more importantly includes the most sensitive (we think) room temperature Low Noise Amplifier available, which you cannot get anywhere else. The kit will have full instructions, and is everything you need to make a complete radio telescope, apart from the general hardware (available from any hardware store) and a computer to run the GNU Radio software.

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