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Title: Metre-wavelength VLBI Experiment at Ooty
Authors: Ananthakrishnan, S
Kulkarni, V K
Narayana, D L
Sankararaman, M R
Selvanayagam, A J
Singal, M A
Subramanian, N
Venkatanagarathnam, N
Banerjee, P
Sengupta, A
Ponsonby, J E B
Porcas, R W
Issue Date: Feb-1985
Publisher: NISCAIR-CSIR, India
Abstract: The technique known as very long baseline interferometry (VLBI) provides very high angular resolutions (~a few milliarcsec) and it has been used in the study of nuclear regions of energetic quasars and bright galaxies. Ooty radio telescope has participated, for the first time, in a multi-station international VLBI experiment at 327 MHz and the experiment and its first results are described. The combination of Ooty radio telescope and those in Europe and US provided many baselines extending up to several thousand kilometres. The maximum baseline available was 11000 km providing one of the highest angular resolutions to date (10 marc sec at metre wavelengths).
Page(s): 17-20
ISSN: 0975-105X (Online); 0367-8393 (Print)
Appears in Collections:IJRSP Vol.14(1) [February 1985]

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