KAO team

Graduate student Jonas Zmuidzinas, Rita Boreiko, and Al Betz (University of California at Berkeley), 1987. Betz pushed the technology of heterodyne receivers to higher frequencies, eventually enabling the group to measure the velocity structure of the important 63-micron neutral oxygen line in Orion., Credit Line: NASA, courtesy of AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, Erickson Collection
Abstract/Description: Graduate student Jonas Zmuidzinas, Rita Boreiko, and Al Betz (University of California at Berkeley), 1987. Betz pushed the technology of heterodyne receivers to higher frequencies, eventually enabling the group to measure the velocity structure of the important 63-micron neutral oxygen line in Orion.
Subject(s): Observatories
Students
Portraits, Group
Zmuidzinas, Jonas
Boreiko, Rita
Betz, Albert
Date Created: 1987
Credit Line: NASA, courtesy of AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, Erickson Collection
Catalog ID: Zmuidzinas Jonas C1