In 2011, the worldwide radiotelescope ALMA (Atacama Large Millimeter Array) has started preliminary operations. Radio-astronomy is thus entering a new golden age, a fantastic opportunity for widening formal and informal educational training and public involvement, for making a science impact on young people. The EU-HOU consortium has developed a small radiotelescope network (6 antenna) spread
over Europe and directly accessible from the web via a remote control interface. These antenna are mostly dedicated to high school teachers in the context of the COMENIUS European commission Lifelong Learning Program: "Connecting classrooms to the Milky-Way". However, such small antenna can also be used to teach at University and introduce students to radio-astronomy principles.
Salome, Philippe | Radiguet, Antoine | Albert, Benoit | Batrung, Michele | Caillat, Michel | Gheudin, Maurice | Libert, Yannick | Ferlet, Roger | Maestrini, Alain | Melchior, Anne-Laure | Munier, Jean-Marie | Rudolph, Alexander L.