Jayaram N Chengalur
Articles written in Resonance – Journal of Science Education
Volume 23 Issue 2 February 2018 pp 165-182 General Article
The cosmos is strange and beautiful, full of unanticipated objects.The only way to understand it is to observe it – in asmany different ways as possible. In this article, we take alook at the wonders revealed upon observing radio emissionsfrom celestial objects through the Giant Metre-wave RadioTelescope (GMRT), near Pune, India.
Volume 26 Issue 7 July 2021 pp 919-938 General Article
Atomic hydrogen is a fundamental constituent of galaxies, and is the primary fuel for star formation. Understanding how the atomic hydrogen content of galaxies evolves with time is thus critical to understanding galaxy evolution. In this article, we discuss how one measures the atomic hydrogen content of distant galaxies, and what these measurements tell us about the evolution of our Universe.
Volume 27 | Issue 6