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RE: Range Of Radio Telescopes

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Posted by Terry Speakman on June 8, 2000 22:00:34 UTC

Well, once a radio wave leaves Earth`s atmosphere, it will never slow down, change direction, weaken, or anything. It will keep going forever, until it hits something (e.g. star, planet, black hole, etc.). Once it gets into the complete vacuum of space, there`s no stopping it.

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