Did you know New Jersey was home to a radio observatory?
Did you know New Jersey is home to a radio observatory? It's located in Wall Township, a stones throw from where Karl Jansky's observations revealed radio emissions from a celestial source in the Milky Way outside our solar system.
A team of volunteers from InfoAge, The Ocean-Monmouth Amateur Radio Club, and Princeton University reconfigured the TLM-18 antenna system as a radio telescope.
The TLM-18 currently has feeds at 1296 MHz and is equipped for remote observation by institutional and advanced amateur research