JRT Telescope Control
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JRT-Jobs Radio Telescope, located in Nieuw Vennep, The Netherlands, is a free-to-use open source radio telescope that allows anyone to make continuous and spectral drift-scan observations of the radio sky in the 1420.405 MHz regime. Special thanks to Apostolus.

Contact: jobgeheniau@gmail.com

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