What's the physics behind radio telescope receivers?

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PhD student Sarah Thompson discusses her work, researching the physics of radio telescope receivers...
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Re: What's the physics behind radio telescope receivers?
« Reply #1 on: 10/04/2013 00:28:04 »
If I read it right those KID:s won't work in room temperature though? You need equipment to cool them down, right? Very impressive never the less :) Wonder what we can do with exotic materials, presetting them in a equilibrium though? That should be the next step because then you can use them in room temperature as I gather.
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