Welcome to Peach Mountain
We're in the process of upgrading the facilities at the University of Michigan's Radio Astronomy Observatory to provide education and research opportunities in space exploration, a gateway to space.
Stay tuned for more details!
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Photos of the Peach Mountain UM Radio Astronomy dish during a visit by NASA engineers in 2021. (Image Credit: UM/Levi Hutmacher)
Summary of Dish Characteristics
Location: Northwest of Dexter, MI: 42.398739 N, -83.935685 E
Dish Type: Solid, parabolic dish with direct feed, equatorial mount
Frequency Range: Operated up to 16 Ghz in prior observations
Range of Motion: North: +81deg 30min 00sec,
Slew Rate: Being upgraded. Past rates: Dec Slew: 20 deg/min, Dec Scan: 4 deg/min, Polar Slew: 20 deg/min, Polar Scan: 8.75 deg/min