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  • Radar: What happened next? Copyright free image Icon Copyright free: Public domain

    Radar: What happened next?

    By Dr Ian Johnston

    Since the Second World War, radar systems have become smaller, further, wetter and stealthier. Discover the...

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    29 Aug 2014

  • Radar: What happened next?

    Radar: What happened next? Copyright free image Icon Copyright free: Public domain
    Updated 29 Aug 2014
    Since the Second World War, radar systems have become smaller, further, wetter and stealthier. Discover the application of radar in modern life with this...
  • OU on the BBC: Castles in the Sky Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: BBC

    OU on the BBC: Castles in the Sky

    By The OpenLearn team

    Embrace a remarkable human drama behind the invention that was to prove pivotal in the Battle of Britain - radar.

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    28 Aug 2014

  • OU on the BBC: Castles in the Sky

    OU on the BBC: Castles in the Sky Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: BBC
    Updated 28 Aug 2014
    Embrace a remarkable human drama behind the invention that was to prove pivotal in the Battle of Britain - radar.
  • Radar: What happened next – Stealthier Copyright free image Icon Copyright free: Public domain

    Radar: What happened next – Stealthier

    By Dr Ian Johnston

    The Germans took evasive action to avoid radar detection in the Second World War, and the avoidance / detection game...

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    23 Jul 2014

  • Radar: What happened next – Stealthier

    Radar: What happened next – Stealthier Copyright free image Icon Copyright free: Public domain
    Updated 23 Jul 2014
    The Germans took evasive action to avoid radar detection in the Second World War, and the avoidance / detection game has been played ever since.
  • Radar: What happened next – Wetter Creative commons image Icon ShipFan under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license
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    23 Jul 2014

  • Radar: What happened next – Wetter

    Radar: What happened next – Wetter Creative commons image Icon ShipFan under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license
    Updated 23 Jul 2014
    The development of sound waves as a way of detecting things in water.
  • Radar: What happened next – Further Creative commons image Icon Arpingstone under CC-BY-SA licence under Creative-Commons license

    Radar: What happened next – Further

    By Dr Ian Johnston

    During and after the Second World War radar systems continued developing, increasing in both range and accuracy.

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    22 Jul 2014

  • Radar: What happened next – Further

    Radar: What happened next – Further Creative commons image Icon Arpingstone under CC-BY-SA licence under Creative-Commons license
    Updated 22 Jul 2014
    During and after the Second World War radar systems continued developing, increasing in both range and accuracy.
  • Radar: What happened next – Smaller Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: RAF Mark's Castle
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    22 Jul 2014

  • Radar: What happened next – Smaller

    Radar: What happened next – Smaller Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: RAF Mark's Castle
    Updated 22 Jul 2014
    The race against time to develop smaller radar systems during the Second World War.
  • Sir Bernard Lovell: An appreciation Creative commons image Icon Robert Alexander & doramusic.com under CC-BY-SA licence under Creative-Commons license

    Sir Bernard Lovell: An appreciation

    By Prof. Stephen Serjeant

    Sir Bernard Lovell died on August 7th, 2012. Stephen Serjeant celebrates his contribution to science - and to the war...

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    5 mins

    Level: 1 Introductory

    Updated on:

    07 Aug 2012

  • Sir Bernard Lovell: An appreciation

    Sir Bernard Lovell: An appreciation Creative commons image Icon Robert Alexander & doramusic.com under CC-BY-SA licence under Creative-Commons license
    Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 07 Aug 2012
    Sir Bernard Lovell died on August 7th, 2012. Stephen Serjeant celebrates his contribution to science - and to the war effort.
  • Fighting for space: Transcript Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: Used with permission

    Fighting for space: Transcript

    By The Learning Zone Digital Planet team

    Are the radio waves becoming so overcrowded as to make us deaf to voices from elsewhere? Find out in this full...

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    30 mins

    Level: 1 Introductory

    Updated on:

    08 May 2007

  • Fighting for space: Transcript

    Fighting for space: Transcript Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: Used with permission
    Introductory level Duration 30 mins Updated 08 May 2007
    Are the radio waves becoming so overcrowded as to make us deaf to voices from elsewhere? Find out in this full transcript of Digital Planet.
  • Venus terrain Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: NASA

    Venus terrain

    By The Stardate team

    Images provided by NASA increase our knowledge of the surface of Venus

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    5 mins

    Level: 1 Introductory

    Updated on:

    06 Apr 2006

  • Venus terrain

    Venus terrain Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: NASA
    Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 06 Apr 2006
    Images provided by NASA increase our knowledge of the surface of Venus