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Radio Astronomy basically looks at and analyzes the spectrums of light that we can’t see with our eyes. Telescopes give us a view of space that uses the visible spectrum. But Radio Astronomy lets us “see” the spectrums that to our eyes are invisible. This is very important, because a lot of waves that come to us from space need receivers that are sensitive to various frequencies which reveal information about the universe.  There are a lot of problems with interference by man-made transmitters and other devices that affect our reception of very weak signals from space. These signals occupy specific frequency bands. The governments of Earth have in some cases cooperated with the scientific community and stayed out of bands of frequencies used for Radio Astronomy. But this is not always the case, and this has made it difficult to capture the pure signals that are needed by scientists to study the universe. Below is a link to the list of frequencies allocated for Radio Astronomy:

Radio Astronomy Frequencies List

Space Weather Video (Wave activity in space) from NASA: