With
        Radioastron Flight Harware
With the Radioastron Spacecraft at the Lavochkin Association near Moscow, 2008.
This machine is now in Earth orbit, and reaches the distance of the Moon about every 9 days.
Read my blog about watching the launch, and progress since then.
The FakeRad software for simulated observations is now available (version 2.0).

Carl R. Gwinn


Contact Information:


Carl R. Gwinn
Mail address: Physics Department, Broida Hall, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara CA 93106, USA
Office: 2015E Broida
Phone: +1 (805) 893-2814
Fax: +1 (805) 893-8597
email: cgwinn+at+physics.ucsb.edu

Research:

Noise

Interstellar Levy Flights

Pulsars

Gravitational Waves and Cosmology


Courses:

119A: Thermodynamics.
The book for this class is " Fundamentals of Statistical and Thermal Physics" by F. Reif. There has been only one edition, so any used copy should have the same text.
More details will appear at GauchoSpace:
    http://gauchospace.ucsb.edu

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