On the 10th October this year Norman Pomfret will be delivering his talk to us.
An introduction to Radio Astronomy begins by contrasting this modern day science with the classics, then discovery of Radio Waves and the personalities involved are acknowledged. This is followed by the accidental discovery of a new science that is now referred to as Radio Astronomy. To set the scene for later topics several several examples of modern day physics are considered then, a few very important discoveries are introduced. One of those is at the fore front of modern day medical science.
Now retired from project engineering of electronic systems, he has focused his widespread interests in Astronomy, Earth Science and Radio Communication under the umbrella of Radio Astronomy. He is a Trustee of the UK Radio Astronomy Association. Currently he is developing with friends a Schumann Resonance Sensor for the amateur observer.
This presentation supports the outreach aims of the UK Radio Astronomy Association.