We have now finished transferring most of the files from the old LMDSRO.com server to this new LMRO.org.au site. The move has given us quite a few advantages not the least being faster website response and more space for data.
We are also testing a monitor program on the right side of this page showing server status of uploads.
The LMDSRO.com website.
We are discontinuing use of the old website.
Anyone accessing http://www.lmdsro.com will be redirected to http://www.lmro.org.au
If you have any questions please use our 'Contact' page.
Comments (0) 07.02.2014. 21:37
From one of my (and others I know) favorite movies 'Contact',
Ellie: You know, there are 400 billion stars out there, just in our galaxy alone. If only one out of a million of those had planets, all right, and if just one out of a million of those had life, and if just one out of a million of those had intelligent life, there would be literally millions of civilizations out there.
Palmer: Well, if there wasn't, it would be an awful waste of space.
(Ever done the math on this? one million x one million is a Trillion. 400 billion is 0.4 Trillion. I think she was an order of magnitude out.
The Leon Mow Radio Observatory is situated in central Victoria at the Astronomical Society of Victoria Dark Sky site.
This website displays the output from the various experiments running at the LMRO site in the form of a Graph or Chart with brief descriptions.
View our 4 minute video by Stephen Bentley of the inaugural opening of LMRO Nov 2008.
For enquiries please send an email to Clint at firstname.lastname@example.org
VK3EKH is the Offical Amateur Radio Call Sign licensed by the ACMA for use by the Astronomical Society of Victoria.
Every Friday Night at 22:00 EDST VK3EKH Broadcasts a session on the latest news on Astronomy coming in from many sources. Transmitting on 3541kHz in the 80 meter Amateur Radio Band.
We wish to thank Robert from RobsWebsites for donating the LMRO computers and this website.