[Reber in 1988]
Reber in 1988. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber in 1912]
Reber in 1912. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber in front of U Tasmania telescope, 1986]
Reber in front of U Tasmania telescope, 1986. (Image courtesy "The Mercury", Hobart, Tasmania)



[Reber's antenna in Wheaton, IL]
Reber's antenna in Wheaton IL. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber chart recordings 1943]
Reber chart recordings, 1943. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber in 1970]
Reber in 1970. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber at telescope in Green Bank, 1960]
Reber at telescope in Green Bank, 1960. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber Telescope in Green Bank, 1984]
Reber Telescope in Green Bank, 1984. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber during Attu, Alaska, solar eclipse expedition, 1950]
Reber during Attu, Alaska, solar eclipse expedition, 1950. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber at telescope crank in Green Bank, 1988]
Reber at the Reber telscope crank in Green Bank, 1988. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber at receiver]
Reber at his receiver. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber at the reconstructed Jansky antenna, 1995]
Reber at the reconstructed Jansky antenna, 1995. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber's house in Bothwell, Tasmania]
Reber's house in Bothwell, Tasmania, 2003. (Image courtesy of Dave McConnell)



[Reber's house in Bothwell, Tasmania]
Reber's house in Bothwell, Tasmania, 2003. (Image courtesy of Dave McConnell)



[Reber and Arthur C. Clarke, 1969]
Reber and Arthur C. Clarke, 1969. (Image courtesy of John Kraus estate)



[Reber's telescope in Maui, Hawaii, 1952]
Reber's telescope in Maui, Hawaii, 1952. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber in 1937]
Reber in 1937. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber in 1988 at OSU]
Reber lectures at Ohio State Univ., Feb. 1988. (Photo by John Kraus, courtesy of John Kraus estate.)



[Reber receiving 1931 ham radio award]
Reber (far right) receiving ham radio award, December 1931. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber unpacking equipment in Green Bank, 1995]
Reber unpacking equipment in Green Bank, 1995. (NRAO/AUI/NSF image)



[Reber with Big Ear at OSU, 1962]
Reber at "Big Ear," Ohio State's radio telescope, 1962. (Image courtesy of Kraus estate)



[Reber's 144m wavelength array in Tasmania]
Reber's 144m wavelength array in Tasmania. (Image courtesy of Reber estate)



[Reber pulling wire]
Reber pulling wire in Tasmania. (Image courtesy of Reber estate)



[Reber in his electric car]
Reber in his electric car, Pixie. (Image courtesy of Reber estate)




Publications of Grote Reber, 1935-1995

Grote Reber. Optimum Design of Toroidal Inductances. Proc. IRE, 23, 1056, 1935.

Grote Reber. Radio Frequency Resistance for Different Wire Sizes. R/9, no. 67 (Jun), 18, 1935.

Grote Reber. Electric Resonance Chambers. Communications, 18 (Dec), 5, 1938.

Grote Reber and E.H. Conklin. High Frequency Receivers: Improving Their Performance. Radio, no. 225 (Jan), 112, 1938.

Grote Reber. High-Frequency Triode Oscillators. Communications, 18 (Mar), 13, 1938.

Grote Reber. Electromagnetic Horns. Communications, 19 (Feb), 13, 1939.

Grote Reber and E.H. Conklin. An Improved U.H.F. Receiver. Radio, no. 235 (Jan), 17, 1939.

Grote Reber. Reber's Wheaton antenna [cover photo]. Radio, no. 236 (Feb), cover & 68, 1939. [Wheaton antenna is cover photo, note about cover on p. 68]

Grote Reber. Cosmic Static. Proc. IRE, 28, 68, 1940.

Grote Reber. Cosmic Static. Astrophys. J., 91, 621, 1940.

Grote Reber. Cosmic Static. Proc. IRE, 30, 367, 1942.

Grote Reber. Cosmic Static. Astrophys. J., 100, 1944.

Grote Reber. Filter Networks for UHF Amplifiers. Electronic Industries, 3 (Apr), 86, 1944.

Grote Reber. Reflector Efficiency. Electronic Industries, 3 (Jul), 101, 1944.

Grote Reber. Solar Radiation at 480 Mc./sec. Nature, 158, 945, 1946.

Grote Reber. Antenna Focal Devices for Parabolic Mirrors. Proc. IRE, 35, 731, 1947.

Grote Reber and Jesse L. Greenstein. Radio-Frequency Investigations of Astronomical Interest. Observatory, 67, 15, 1947.

Grote Reber. Cosmic Radio Noise. Radio-Electronic Engineering, 11, 3, 1948.

Grote Reber. Cosmic Static. Proc. IRE, 36, 1215, 1948.

Grote Reber. Solar Intensity at 480 Mc. Proc. IRE, 36, 88, 1948

Grote Reber. Galactic Radio Waves. Sky and Telescope, 8, 139, 1949.

Grote Reber. Radio Astronomy. Proc. IRE, 37, 315, 1949. [Reber wrote the section on Radio Astronomy for the annual review "Radio Progress During 1948"]

Grote Reber. Radio Astronomy. Scientific American, 181 (3), 34, 1949.

Grote Reber. Funkwellen-Astronomie. Physikalische Blatter, 6 (3), 122, 1950. [German translation of 1949 Scientific American article.]

Grote Reber. Galactic Radio Waves. Astron. Soc. Pacific Leaflet, no. 259, 1950.

Grote Reber. Radio astronomie. Voice of America, Jul/Aug, 6, 1950. [German adaptation of 1949 Scientific American article. There were also Portuguese, Italian, Spanish, and Chinese versions.]

Grote Reber. Motion in the Solar Atmosphere as Deduced from Radio Measurements. Science, 113, 312, 1951.

John P. Hagen, Fred T. Haddock, and Grote Reber. NRL Aleutian Radio Eclipse Expedition. Sky and Telescope, 10 (5), 111, 1951.

Grote Reber. Radio astronomie. La Voix de l'Amerique, Jan/Feb, 6, 1951. [French adaptation of 1949 Scientific American article.]

Grote Reber. Solar Radio Waves; Galactic Radio Waves. Proc. IRE, 39, 395, 1951. [Reber wrote the sections on Solar Radio Waves and Galactic Radio Waves for the annual review "Radio Progress During 1950".]

Grote Reber. Interferometric Work in Hawaii. J. Geophysical Research, 59, 158, 1954.

Grote Reber. Spread F Over Hawaii. J. Geophysical Research, 59, 257, 1954.

Grote Reber. Spread F Over Washington. J. Geophysical Research, 59, 445, 1954.

Grote Reber. Eliminating Power Plant Radiation. Tele-Tech & Electronic Industries, 14 (5), 77, 1955.

Grote Reber. Fine Structure of Solar Radio Transients. Nature, 175, 132, 1955.

Grote Reber. Radio Astronomy in Hawaii. Nature, 175, 78, 1955.

Grote Reber. Tropospheric Refraction near Hawaii. IRE Tr. Antennas and Propagation, 3, 143, 1955.

Grote Reber and G.R. Ellis. Cosmic Radio-Frequency Radiation near One Megacycle. J. Geophysical Research, 61, 1, 1956.

Grote Reber. World-Wide Spread F. J. Geophysical Research, 61, 157, 1956.

Grote Reber. Atmospheric Pressure Atop Haleakala. Australian Meteorological Magazine, 18 (Sept), 50, 1957.

Grote Reber. Long-Wave Radiation of Possible Celestial Origin. Symposium on Radio Astronomy, September 1956. Melbourne, Australia: CSIRO. p. 53, 1957.

Grote Reber. Between the Atmospherics. J. Geophysical Research, 63, 109, 1958.

Grote Reber. Early Radio Astronomy in Wheaton, Illinois. Proc. IRE, 46, 15, 1958.

Grote Reber. Solar Activity Cycle and Spread F (Letter to Editor). J. Geophysical Research, 63, 869, 1958.

Grote Reber. Age of Lava Flows on Haleakala Hawaii. Bull. Geological Soc. America, 70, 1245, 1959.

Grote Reber. Atmospheric Pressure Oscillations Atop Haleakala. Australian Meteorological Magazine, 26 (Sept), 99, 1959.

Grote Reber. Negative Feedback a Third of a Century Ago. Proc. IRE, 47, 1275, 1959.

Grote Reber. Radio Interferometry at Three Kilometers Altitude above the Pacific Ocean. Part I: Installation and Ionosphere. Part II: Celestial Sources. J. Geophysical Research, 64, 287, 1959.

Grote Reber. Suppressed Sidelobe Antenna of 32 Elements. IRE Tr. Antennas and Propagation, 7, 101, 1959.

Grote Reber. Temperature and Humidity Atop Haleakala. Australian Meteorological Magazine, 24 (Mar), 73, 1959.

Grote Reber. Broad-Band Amplifier of Nearly Forty Years Ago. Proc. IRE, 48, 2040, 1960.

Grote Reber. Cosmic Static at Kilometer Wavelengths. "Symposium on Sun-Earth Environment, July 1959, Ottawa. DTRE Pub 1025, 243, 1960.

Grote Reber. Reversed Bean Vines. Castanea, 25, 122, 1960.

Grote Reber. History of the Cross Antenna. Proc. IRE, 49, 529, 1961.

Grote Reber. Age of Lava Flows on Haleakala Hawaii: Reply with Additional Information. Bull. Geological Soc. America, 73, 1303, 1962.

Grote Reber. Messier 1 (Letter to Science). Science, 139, 677, 1963.

Grote Reber. Terrestrial Magnetosphere (Letter to Science). Science, 140, 1362, 1963.

Grote Reber. Hectometer Cosmic Static. IEEE Tr. Military Electronics, 8, 257, 1964. [See also paper of same title in IEEE Tr. Antennas and Propagation. Papers in the IEEE Tr Mil Elec issue were reprinted in IEEE Tr. Ant Prop, v. 12 (12). Either citation is correct.]

Grote Reber. Hectometer Cosmic Static. IEEE Tr. Antennas and Propagation, 12, 923, 1964. [See paper of same title in IEEE Tr. Military Electronics. Papers in the IEEE Tr Mil Elec issue were reprinted in issue 12 of IEEE Tr. Ant Prop. Either citation is correct.]

Grote Reber. Reversed Bean Vines. J. Genetics, 59, 37, 1964.

Grote Reber. Aboriginal Carbon Dates from Tasmania. Mankind, 6, 264, 1965.

Grote Reber. Cosmic Ray Astronomy. J. Franklin Institute, 281, 1, 1966.

Grote Reber. Ground-Based Astronomy: The NAS 10-Year Program. Science, 152, 3719, 1966.

Grote Reber. Atmospheric Pressure Oscillations in Tasmania. Australian Meteorological Magazine, 15 (3), 156, 1967.

Grote Reber. "Book review: John Kraus: Radio Astronomy (McGraw-Hill, 1966)" J. Franklin Institute, 283, 175, 1967.

Grote Reber. New Aboriginal Carbon Dates from Tasmania. Mankind, 6, 435, 1967.

Grote Reber. Unusual Variation in Phaseolus Vulgaris. Australian J. Experimental Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, 7, 377, 1967.

Grote Reber. Cosmic Static at 144 Meters Wavelength. J. Franklin Institute, 285, 1, 1968.

Grote Reber. High-Gain Triode of Forty Years Ago. QST, 52 (Mar), 49, 1968.

William T. Chu, Young S. Kim, Grote Reber. Cosmic Ray Muons from Low Galactic Latitude. Publ. Astron. Soc. Pacific, 82, 339, 1970.

Grote Reber. Endless, Boundless, Stable Universe. Univ. Tasmania Occasional Papers, 9, 1977.

Grote Reber. Big-Bang Creationism (Letter to Editor). Physics Today, 35 (11), 108, 1982.

Grote Reber. My Adventures in Tasmania. Tasmanian Tramp, no. 24, 148, 1982.

Grote Reber. A Timeless, Boundless, Equilibrium Universe. Proc. Astron. Soc. Australia, 4, 482, 1982.

Grote Reber. Inflationary Universe (Letter to Editor). Physics Today, 36 (10), 122, 1983.

Grote Reber. Early Radio Astronomy in Wheaton, Illinois. Early Years of Radio Astronomy. Ed. W.T. Sullivan III. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 43, 1984. [Reprinted from IRE Proc. 46, 1958.]

Grote Reber. Radio Astronomy between Jansky and Reber. Serendipitous Discoveries in Radio Astronomy. Ed. K. Kellermann and B. Sheets. Green Bank WV: NRAO, 71, 1984. [Paper was read at the meeting by John Kraus.]

Grote Reber. Intergalactic Plasma. IEEE Tr. Plasma Science, 14 678, 1986.

G.R.A. Ellis, A. Klekociuk, A.C. Woods, G. Reber, G.T. Goldstone, G. Burns, P. Dyson, E. Essex, M. Mendillo. Low-Frequency Radioastronomical Observations during the Spacelab 2 Plasma Depletion Experiment. Australian Physicist, 24, 56, 1987.

Mendillo, M.; Baumgardner, J.; Allen, D.P.; Foster, J.; Holt, J.; Ellis, G.R.A.; Klekociuk, A.; Reber, G. Spacelab-2 Plasma Depletion Experiments for Ionospheric and Radio Astronomical Studies. Science, 238, 1260, 1987.

Grote Reber. A Play Entitled The Beginning of Radio Astronomy. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada, 82, 93, 1988.

G.R.A. Ellis, A. Klekociuk, A.C. Woods, G. Reber, G.T. Goldstone, G. Burns, P. Dyson, E. Essex, M. Mendillo. Radioastronomy Through an Artificial Ionospheric Window: Spacelab 2 Observations. Adv. Space Research, 8 (1), 63, 1988.

Paul Marmet and Grote Reber. Cosmic Matter and the Nonexpanding Universe. IEEE Tr. Plasma Science, 17, 264, 1989.

Grote Reber and Michael Street. Hectometer and Kilometer Wavelength Radio Astronomy. Low Frequency Astrophysics from Space. Ed. N.E. Kassim and K.W. Weiler. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 42, 1990.

Grote Reber. Projects for Amateur Radio Astronomers (Letter to Editor). J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada, 84, 10, 1990.

Grote Reber. Hectometer Radio Astronomy. J. Roy. Astron. Soc. Canada, 88, 297, 1994.

Grote Reber. Intergalactic Plasma. Astrophys. Space Sci., 227, 93, 1995.

Modified on Wednesday, 24-Feb-2010 09:39:55 EST by Ellen Bouton, Archivist (Questions or feedback)