Did Karl Jansky ever get married?

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Where was Karl jansky born?

Karl Jansky was born in Territory of Oklahoma.

When was Karl Guthe Jansky born?

Karl Guthe Jansky was born on 1905-10-22.

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Karl Guthe Jansky died on 1950-02-14.

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Does Karl Jansky have any children?

Karl Jansky did not have any children. He was a pioneering physicist and engineer known for his work in radio astronomy, particularly the discovery of radio waves from outer space.

What did Karl jansky the American engineer discover from outer space?

Karl Jansky discovered radio waves coming from outer space in 1932. This discovery led to the field of radio astronomy and revolutionized our understanding of the universe by allowing scientists to study celestial objects using radio telescopes.

Who detected radio waves beyond solar system?

Karl Jansky

Who are famous or historical persons from Oklahoma?

Karl Guthe Jansky and Richard E. Berendzen are two famous scientists from the state of Oklahoma. Others include Karl Guthe Jansky and David Deming.

Due to discoveries of Karl Jansky and Grote Reber what became a science?

Radio astronomy

Did Karl Guthe Jansky have a wife?

Yes her name was Johanna Osthoff. She died in 1809. Then he married her best friend, Friederica Wilhelmine Waldeck but commonly known as Minna. Then she died of an illness..

What would have happened if Karl jansky had not been a radio astronomer?

He might have been Arno Penzias' gardener or insurance agent.

How long have radio telescopes been in existence?

This is right in there with cars and airplanes. ;-) Although Karl Jansky's "merry-go-round" is usually given the credit, earlier geniuses like Nikola Tesla would listen to radio noises and correlate them with the Milky Way. He even claimed to have heard signal from Martians. But, it was Bell Lab's Jansky who was asked to build one, and used a feed horn and a steerable antenna. So, the answer is Karl Jansky, in 1931 that usually gets the credit.