radar telescope


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radar telescope

[′rā‚där ′tel·ə‚skōp]
(engineering)
A large radar antenna and associated equipment used for radar astronomy.
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Chang, "Maintaining surface accuracy of large radio telescopes by active compensation," in Structures Technology for Large Radio and Radar Telescope Systems, pp.
diameter aperture laser radar telescope provided the resolution and range accuracy equivalent to that of the massive 120 ft.
Shapiro of Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, described results which he derived from data taken by the Arecibo Ionospheric Observatory's 1,000-foot radar telescope...."
Nasa scientists, who have officially classified the asteroid as a "near-earth object", will use a radar telescope to analyse exactly what it is made of and get a better idea where it came from.
"The high-quality observations from optical and radar telescopes have enabled us to rule out any future impacts between the Earth and 2012 TC4," said Davide Farnocchia from CNEOS, who led the orbit determination effort.